Cell Phone Privacy
Yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling on cell phone privacy means that law enforcement must now obtain a warrant before searching your mobile device. Throwback Thursday to a bill on the matter that State Senator Mark Leno authored in 2011 that was ultimately vetoed.
- Editorial: A unanimous court win for phone privacy (Chronicle) 06/26/2014
- Supreme Court: Police need warrants for cell phone searches (Chronicle) 06/26/2014
- Supreme Court ruling requires warrants for mobile phone searches (KTVU) 06/26/2014