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Canada Cellphones Encryption Privacy

Cellphone Privacy In Canada: Encryption Triggers Need For Warrant 111

codegen writes "The Ontario Court of Appeal has just ruled that the police can search your cellphone if you are arrested without a warrant if it is not password protected. But the ruling also stated that if it is password protected, then the police need a warrant. Previous to this case there was no decision on if the police could search your phone without a warrant in Canada."
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Cellphone Privacy In Canada: Encryption Triggers Need For Warrant

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