NYT to SCOTUS: Cops should get warrant before searching your cellphone after arrest


I look forward to the “conservative” wing saying that since the demigods of the 18th century didn’t specifically state “mobile telecommunication and telecomputing devices”, then everything is cool with the cops taking them, because the demigods only listed tree pulp as bing protected.

However, if I tape a zip-gun to my iPhone, it’s protected.

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