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How Far Will US Supreme Court Go to Protect Digital Privacy?

In the end, it wasn’t anything David Riley said to police that landed him in prison. It was what his mobile phone said about him. In 2009, Riley was arrested by San Diego police who suspected him of attempted murder. While in custody, police searched the mobile phone Riley was carrying, and found pictures and texts linking Riley to the crime. Introduced as evidence, those pictures and texts help convict Riley, who is currently serving a sentence of 15 years to life. Although Riley...

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