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Updating 'briefcase law': Defence lawyers try to end warrantless smartphone searches at border

from CBC News

Imagine losing your smartphone or leaving your laptop behind on a train or bus. How much could someone learn about you — your interests, your lifestyle, your habits — based on what they could access on the device? What conclusions could someone make when the photos you've taken, the apps you've installed and the websites you've visited are laid bare? According to the Supreme Court of Canada: Quite a few. Unlike a briefcase or a filing cabinet, judges have found, a smartphone can contain "immense amounts of information" that touch a person's "biographical core." more


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