Level 5 jbenson2 2,138 Posted January 5, 2011 Level 5 Share Posted January 5, 2011 Some more fuel for the "Evernote has to be secured" crowd:The California Supreme Court allowed police Monday to search arrestees’ cell phones without a warrant, saying defendants lose their privacy rights for any items they’re carrying when taken into custody.http://goo.gl/qXSytSo, every app, every eBook, every email, every everything on your iPhone is now open to the cops if they arrest you, even if they arrest you on phony charges just just to look through your phone? Sure, the arrest gets tossed, but they now have your data.What's the deal with the loony decisions coming out of California? Must be something in the water. Oh, wait. California shut off the water for the farmers and citizens to protect the inch long delta smelt. http://goo.gl/c6J0n Yup, they are just loony out there. Link to comment
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