Supreme Court Rules Against Cellphone Searches As NSA Case LoomsMark Melin
In a unanimous decision, the US Supreme Court today said police cannot search cellphones without a warrant during arrests, a major victory for privacy rights groups. The Supreme court decision may set up a more significant privacy fight regarding the National Security Agency (NSA).
John Roberts: "Privacy comes at a cost."
In their ruling the justices were clear a tradeoff was at hand. "We cannot deny that our decision today will have an impact on the ability of law enforcement to combat crime," Chief Justice John Roberts . . .
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