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#21
It's only a proposed bill, which probably means it hasn't been run by the AG yet.

I doubt the AG would approve, because the "warrantless" part is blatantly unconstitutional.

Even if he did, the ACLU would be on this like stink on shit.

Besides, it's fairly useless as the same information is contained in the carrier's servers, where it's not subject to tampering and also available in compliance with a warrant.
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#22
csmith;105262 Wrote:
streaker69;105251 Wrote:Got some bad news for you both, it doesn't matter what password you have on the device, what they'll be plugging your phone into goes right past it and downloads everything in the phone.

http://www.cellebrite.com/mobile-forensic-products.html

I've not read much into it but I happened to glance upon some blurbs about mobile encryption while looking into rooting/flashing a phone not too long ago. I wonder how effective that would be. All depends on what gets encrypted and how the key is managed I suppose.

Do you really believe that the FCC would allow a cell phone to be used in the US that didn't have a backdoor for the authorities to use? Think about how tight Google is with the Feds, now consider what they have built into the Android system.
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#23
streaker69;105266 Wrote:Do you really believe that the FCC would allow a cell phone to be used in the US that didn't have a backdoor for the authorities to use? Think about how tight Google is with the Feds, now consider what they have built into the Android system.

Not sure what I believe anymore TBH.
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#24
JustinHEMI;105250 Wrote:They can have my phone, but they'll never crack my password, and I'll never surrender it.

Justin

Unfortunately, my company is sending me to jerseystan next month, to inspect another power plant. It's going to suck being unarmed.

Justin

My girlfriend lives in NJ. Every time I cross the bridge, I feel like writing "Future Victim" across my t-shirt.
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#25
Kind of related to this: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/08/29/sen...latestnews

Quote:A New Jersey appeals court ruled on Tuesday that a person who knowingly sends a text to a driver can share liability if the driver causes an accident.

A panel of judges on the Superior Court of New Jersey's Appellate Division found that the sender would be liable if the person had a “special reason” to know the recipient was driving and would read the messages, The Wall Street Journal reported.

"When the sender knows that the text will reach the driver while operating a vehicle, the sender has a relationship to the public who use the roadways similar to that of a passenger physically present in the vehicle," the court wrote.

Why anyone would live or travel through NJ is beyond me.
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#26
streaker69;117011 Wrote:Kind of related to this: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/08/29/sen...latestnews

Quote:A New Jersey appeals court ruled on Tuesday that a person who knowingly sends a text to a driver can share liability if the driver causes an accident.

A panel of judges on the Superior Court of New Jersey's Appellate Division found that the sender would be liable if the person had a “special reason” to know the recipient was driving and would read the messages, The Wall Street Journal reported.

"When the sender knows that the text will reach the driver while operating a vehicle, the sender has a relationship to the public who use the roadways similar to that of a passenger physically present in the vehicle," the court wrote.

Why anyone would live or travel through NJ is beyond me.

I'm sure the gov has no issue with this either.
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