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The Supreme Court takes on warrantless cellphone searches this morning


The Supreme Court is one step closer to resolving a long-running civil liberties debate: do police need a warrant to search your cellphone? They were contentious enough to reach the Supreme Court because of the quickly changing nature of phones, which have gone from a simple communication tool to a centralized hub for our daily lives. Cellphones and other portable electronic devices are, in effect, our new homes. While separately investigating the case, police stopped David Leon Riley for expired registration tags and found guns and other gang paraphernalia in his car, leading to his arrest.

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