Without warrants, Israeli police search soldiers' phones
In the first case of its kind, a military court considers whether warrants should be required when soldiers 'consent' to search.
Snapshots from your last romantic getaway, text messages with friends and family, email addresses, medical information – all this and more can be found on nearly every cell phone, and the Military Police Criminal Investigations Division has been making good use of it. Cell phones are often taken from soldiers under investigation and then thoroughly searched, even without court...
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