Supreme Court approves warrantless data seizures by police

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PostTue Jan 04, 2011 7:32 pm » by Postmodernmonk

"The majority thus sanctions a highly intrusive and unjustified type of search, one meeting neither the warrant requirement nor the reasonableness requirement of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution," Werdegar continued. "As a commentator has noted, '[i]f courts adopted this rule, it would subject anyone who is the subject of a custodial arrest, even for a traffic violation, to a preapproved foray into a virtual warehouse of their most intimate communications and photographs without probable cause.'" ... es-police/

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PostTue Jan 04, 2011 7:59 pm » by Seahawk

"An Orwellian state is now technologically feasible."

That, is one f***ed up fact.

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PostWed Jan 05, 2011 2:28 pm » by Illuminated


WOW thats really in your face :shock:

comments below article are good..
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PostWed Jan 05, 2011 2:35 pm » by Whiteknight2000


Warrentless data seisures hah?

Read the article guys. Do you know what that means?

It means they won't need a warrant to tap your phones, and collect data from your mobile phones and wireless devices. Data that could be easily stolen by hackers and such.

They have been doing this thing for news.

However if they changed the law's about no longer needing warrants to go into your house thats a different story. I would be concerned.

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PostWed Jan 05, 2011 2:53 pm » by Funnyman46

NBC morning news just said the texting part is due to go to the Supreme Court for decisions
Sometimes, simple is better

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