Very thorough and informative reading of the Riley decision. If you are not familiar with this ruling, it is the Supreme Court decision that searches of your phone if arrested are not permissible without a warrant. This piece gives several forceful reasons why this is a good ruling for privacy advocates (not a sentence one types too often!). Note the geolocational privacy implications this gives rise to.
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