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SCOTUS unanimously gets something right. No warrantless cell/smartphone search. by maryjane
Started on: 06-25-2014 11:23 AM
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Last post by: Nurb432 on 06-26-2014 10:19 AM
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I have to wonder, of those who support such invasions of privacy, how many are willing to share all their personal information, photos, and comunications to complete strangers?
You can PM us all those account #s, nekkid pics of your wives and GFs, your SS#s and passwords, your on-line banking usernames, and all your emails.
I promise, we won't ogle the pics, do anything untowards in regards to your bank accounts or passwords. Ever. None of us.

I'm betting no one's inbox will suddenly get filled up in the next few days with information or data that is simply none of our damn business..

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Originally posted by maryjane:

I have to wonder, of those who support such invasions of privacy, how many are willing to share all their personal information, photos, and comunications to complete strangers?
You can PM us all those account #s, nekkid pics of your wives and GFs, your SS#s and passwords, your on-line banking usernames, and all your emails.
I promise, we won't ogle the pics, do anything untowards in regards to your bank accounts or passwords. Ever. None of us.

I'm betting no one's inbox will suddenly get filled up in the next few days.


Me too.

"Im with the government, trust me"
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Originally posted by Formula88:


You are part of the problem.


Quoted for being the absolute damn truth.

The "I/you/we have nothing to hide" argument is the call of the herded sheep who are dumb enough to trust the government or any of its agencies.
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Originally posted by FlyinFieros:

You need skills to do forensics without leaving evidence you've done forensics. Automated products wont work for that.



Compuer forensics 101: The first thing you do is to make a bit-for-bit image copy of the non-volatile storage (disk, flash, etc.) on the target device, using a special read-only hardware interface. This preserves the original contents of the target device and leaves no artifacts of the imaging. All subsequent forensic examination is conducted on the copied image.
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Originally posted by Marvin McInnis:


Compuer forensics 101: The first thing you do is to make a bit-for-bit image copy of the non-volatile storage (disk, flash, etc.) on the target device, using a special read-only hardware interface. This preserves the original contents of the target device and leaves no artifacts of the imaging. All subsequent forensic examination is conducted on the copied image.


And if its a phone or other wireless capable device, you do that in a Faraday cage..... ( we have one, its a cool thing.. and i know its psychological as you really cant sense the lack of radio waves, but you can 'feel' a difference standing in it.. )

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Originally posted by Nurb432:


While i agree, its missing the point. Even if you were 100% clean, its still none of their damned business unless there is a court order.


Yes, I completely agree.

And I'm totally against no-knock warrants, as well, except in -EXTREMELY- limited circumstances, like kidnapping. (And IMHO, 'war on drugs' isn't good enough).
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Originally posted by dsnover:


Yes, I completely agree.

And I'm totally against no-knock warrants, as well, except in -EXTREMELY- limited circumstances, like kidnapping. (And IMHO, 'war on drugs' isn't good enough).


Right, unless they are sure there is a innocent life at stake.. everything else can wait.
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