Activist sues San Francisco PD after ...

Activist sues San Francisco PD after warrantless search of his phone

There are 1 comment on the arstechnica.com story from Mar 20, 2013, titled Activist sues San Francisco PD after warrantless search of his phone. In it, arstechnica.com reports that:

A San Francisco activist, a local attorney , and the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California collectively filed a civil lawsuit Wednesday against the City and County of San Francisco and its police chief, alleging that the activist's rights were violated when a police officer warrantlessly searched his cellphone at the time of his ... (more)

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Fran Dan Wan

Napa, CA

#1 Mar 20, 2013
Password protect everything and encrypt even if you dont expect to send interesting stuff. Remember where 350 million calls per day are reviewed by the no-such-agency archive in Utah? It pisses them off when you encrypt, small pleasures.

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