Wednesday, November 20, 2013

How to Cop Proof Your Cell Phone

Video Description:
The California Supreme Court reached a decision in People v. Diaz that police may lawfully search mobile phones on arrested individuals, without first obtaining a search warrant. So with this ruling, should we just call privacy dead or are there still tricks to keep your personal information safe? Competitive Enterprise Institute's Ryan Radia explains.


5 comments :

ieee said...

I would love to see the results of a survey such as this. Unfortunately, I think for such a survey to be legitimate, the people who answer it would need to be positively identified. I think that is the case because I firmly believe that many Registry vigilantes/terrorists would take a survey such as this simply to try to change the results. They are terrible "people" who are afraid of the truth and uninterested in facts. They only want the Registries to exist so they can get some jollies and try to improve their pathetic lives. It is a sad fact but, like law enforcement, the vigilantes/terrorists should never, ever be trusted to be moral (and thus not to lie on a survey such as this).



P.S. Please keep us your great work, Shana. We need more people with brains.

Sex Offender Issues said...

True.

Mark said...

If we all just take a good look around us, we will all see that PRIVACY (personal or otherwise), is gone. And the California Supreme Court decision is no surprise to me. Why? because most, if not all "higher" courts are in reality "social engineers" molding society as they see fit. The Fourth Amendment has been gutted years ago, and with more police actions (reasons being because of the prolific crime in America), the higher courts give the governments more berth. And much of the legal Frey concerning the Fourth Amendments demise birthed right at the U.S. Supreme Court and has now trickled down to state appellate courts. If anyone believes I am blowing smoke, please wait until the next terrorist act(s) occurs on American soil. Enter 9/11/01.

Mark said...

Seems like the "endangered" species: WOMEN, are getting caught at their sinister game(s) these days!

Keely Shaper said...

what if your phone is locked??