Supreme Court says cops 'generally' can't search your cellphones

Woman on city street looking at smartphoneThe Supreme Court’s Aereo decision may not have it earned many techie fans, but its decision on two other cases – Riley v. California and U.S. v. Wurie- may change that. The highest court in the land has just ruled that the police “generally” cannot search your cellphones without a warrant. As always, there’s room left for extenuating circumstances, but you won’t have to worry about the police rifling through the contents of your mobile devices if you get pulled over for speeding.



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