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    Lol, lots of posters here look like they have lots to hide Don't do the crime then you have nothing to worry about. Only criminals would worry about such a thing;/

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCNPJediHacker View Post
    Lol, lots of posters here look like they have lots to hide Don't do the crime then you have nothing to worry about. Only criminals would worry about such a thing;/
    Or we have a right to privacy, and police shouldn't be able to look through our phones on a"hunch" that we might have something illegal when really it's just something personal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fanboyfanboy View Post
    Or we have a right to privacy, and police shouldn't be able to look through our phones on a"hunch" that we might have something illegal when really it's just something personal.
    When it's a matter of national security, a "hunch" is more than what they need to look through your phone, your house and your work place.

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    If they have the right to look in my phone when they feel I have done something wrong, Do I have the right to look in to any government documents I want when I feel they are doing something wrong? No I don't. They mark it classified and I have no way to access it. Well my phone, iPad and Mac are classified too, they can keep thier hands off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob2G View Post
    If they have the right to look in my phone when they feel I have done something wrong, Do I have the right to look in to any government documents I want when I feel they are doing something wrong? No I don't. They mark it classified and I have no way to access it. Well my phone, iPad and Mac are classified too, they can keep thier hands off.
    Good luck with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinaygoel2000 View Post
    Good luck with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinaygoel2000 View Post
    When it's a matter of national security, a "hunch" is more than what they need to look through your phone, your house and your work place.
    So who's the decider in what's national security and what's not? Exactly there isn't one. A "hunch" can also be some racist acting against a group of people. (and if you are going to tell me there is no racism in america anymore the conversation is over right now). also, if they get a warrant/subpoena ill be glad to open up my phone. But them just going to apple, by passing that and having them do that? Damn right that's a violation of privacy.

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    We are talking about police monitoring people's phones. Not the CIA needing to unlock someones phone for security issues. Two very different levels. It is obvious that it's invasion of privacy w/o a warrant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneProfile View Post
    We are talking about police monitoring people's phones. Not the CIA needing to unlock someones phone for security issues. Two very different levels. It is obvious that it's invasion of privacy w/o a warrant.
    I read this story on multiple sites, and not one stated they were obtaining warrants. Just because the phone is in their possession, it not give them right to access the information.

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