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June 26, 2014 3:55 PM

Our View: Entire court gets it: Smartphones are private

It wasn’t surprising that the Supreme Court decided that smart phones – those mini-computers that contain our personal information, that can access our history, the names of our friends and much, much more – are private and require a warrant to be searched by law enforcement. After all, freedom of association and protection of personal documents is built into the Bill of Rights, one of the foundational documents of our society.

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