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2. Re: Evening Legal Briefs May 11, 2013, 07:10 xXBatmanXx
 
Cutter wrote on May 10, 2013, 17:51:
Great comment....

Make them get warrants. No free fishing expeditions for police. Solid police work means not cutting corners and respecting a suspect's legal rights. Never should a cop be permitted exercise his or her 'judgement' when it comes to snooping devices (except in times of true emergency). Innocent until proven guilty means they have to do the hard detective work, the RIGHT way. There's a reason we have magistrates and judges. Get off your piggy butts and secure a warrant, THEN decrypt the silly phone. And hell no, Apple shouldn't talk to anyone without a warrant, or without proof of a true emergency.

I bet 99% of those are warrants. Courts have already said we can't just look at people's phones.....we get warrants weekly.
 
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1. Re: Evening Legal Briefs May 10, 2013, 17:51 Cutter
 
Great comment....

Make them get warrants. No free fishing expeditions for police. Solid police work means not cutting corners and respecting a suspect's legal rights. Never should a cop be permitted exercise his or her 'judgement' when it comes to snooping devices (except in times of true emergency). Innocent until proven guilty means they have to do the hard detective work, the RIGHT way. There's a reason we have magistrates and judges. Get off your piggy butts and secure a warrant, THEN decrypt the silly phone. And hell no, Apple shouldn't talk to anyone without a warrant, or without proof of a true emergency.
 
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