Tag Archives: Fourth Amendment

Police can imitate your drug dealer to text you from his phone

Posted August 1, 2012 A US court has decreed that sending texts using a seized iPhone while impersonating the phone’s owner doesn’t violate privacy rights. Read the full story. 

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US customs can and will seize laptops and cellphones, demand passwords

Posted January 9, 2012 If you don’t like the idea of the US government reading the sensitive contents of your computer, you may wish to take steps before you travel there. Check out the post on Naked Security.

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