EFF urged the Oregon Supreme Court to block warrantless searches of arrestees' cell phones, arguing in an amicus brief that granting law enforcement free rein to search data on the devices violates basic privacy protections guaranteed by the Constitution. Other state supreme courts have considered the issue, but they have split in their rulings.
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Published In: Constitutional Law Updates, Criminal Law Updates, Privacy Updates
Reference Info:Appellate Brief | State, 9th Circuit, Oregon | United States
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