The ruling opens up disturbing possibilities, such as broad, warrantless searches of e-mails, documents and contacts on smart phones, tablet computers, and perhaps even laptop computers, according to legal expert Mark Rasch.
Ok, I am not even going to argue that this is against the Fourth Amendment.
I would just like to know how some of you would prepare for such events.
-I have an iPhone and I keep everything backed up and updated daily. I would assume that I would have a way of erasing the entirety of my iPhone on the fly; I believe a phone password would be sufficient in most cases - But heck lets pretend like your a celebrity
Suppose a team got a hold of your phone, if you connected through your home network on that phone so you were secure when you used it; could they potentially gain access to your home network?! In the case of paranoia I would hope someone here has a field day with my question in describing their precautionary measures taken