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Court Rules Prosecutors Can Demand Cellphone Passcodes Possibly Setting Alarming Precedent

Court Rules Prosecutors Can Demand Cellphone Passcodes Possibly Setting Alarming Precedent
The debate over whether smartphone owners should be legally compelled to involuntary unlock their handsets for law enforcement rages on, and advocates that they should just scored a key victory in New Jersey. In a 4-3 vote, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that a former police office accused of tipping off a gang member via text messaging

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