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Americans don't want phones searched without a warrant - CNET

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Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.

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The mere thought sends a shudder to many a traveler.

What if government officials demand access to your phone and everything that's in it?

Why, in February, then Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly suggested that US border officials would want social media passwords before allowing certain visitors into the country.

What if this extends to your local police force? Some have already insisted that cell phones should be unlocked and given to the police whenever a road accident occurs.

The Supreme Court is currently hearing the case of Carpenter vs. The United States. This concerns Detroit police tracking someone's whereabouts for four months without the person's knowledge, thanks to GPS data obtained from MetroPCS and Sprint.

What, though, do Americans think? A new survey asked 1,018 Americans of them. It was performed on...(continued)

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