Monthly Archives: June 2014

Riley, Aereo, and the “Arthur C. Clark Rule”

Author: Brian Pascal, Research Fellow, Privacy and Technology Project It turns out that searching through the digital contents of a person’s mobile phone is more intrusive than rifling through an address book, wallet, or purse. Correspondingly, police may no longer perform such a search without a warrant. Privacy advocates are hailing the Supreme Court’s decision…
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