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    Article: Warrantless cell phone search gets a green light in California

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    Makes me glad I live in a different country! Here in Texas individual rights and privacy are protected by the 4th ammendment.

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    ...that makes two of us, although I'm in a different continent!
    Lone Star State forever, hey Mark ?
    So much for the Bill of Rights...it's shameful!

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    This is absurd!

    Thankfully I live in Canada

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    Seriously? Now they can search our phones? They should be searching for killers, not wasting their time searching personal information on our cell phones.
    Last edited by Drasadex; 01-05-2011 at 11:07 AM.

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    big Government gets bigger, I would of thought that California should be looking at reducing it's debt, but then maybe they hope they can do some online transactions on peoples cellphones

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    It's a damn shame what's happening to our basic rights.

    If the authorities arrest someone that is using their cell phone for illegal purposes, how hard is it to obtain a warrant to properly search their phone?

    Are you going to tell me that if I'm walking down the street, police pull me aside, and the officer has the right to go through my cell phone cause he thinks I may be up to no good? If that's the case, I'll be switching over to Tmobile. Since my city has subpar service from Tmobile I'll be comfortable knowing since I won't be able to hear half my calls, the FBI won't be able to hear them either.

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    Wow, what's next, the government driving us into bankruptcy so that they can impose socialism...... Um, wait a minute.......

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