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Cell phone search cases implicate broad privacy interests (access required)

WASHINGTON — Faced with a pair of cases raising the issue of warrantless searching of arrestees’ cell phones, the U.S. Supreme Court will again need to apply centuries-old constitutional principles to rapidly changing technologies. The justices’ analysis of this issue could also provide important guidance as other cases addressing the scope of individuals’ expectation of privacy ...

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