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U.S. judge upholds warrantless smartphone search at border
'The defendant has not cited to a single case holding that anything more than reasonable suspicion was required to perform a search of even the most invasive kind at the international border, and I have found none,' Judge Paul W. Grimm ruled. (File photo, The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

U.S. judge upholds warrantless smartphone search at border

A recent Supreme Court case that said police can’t search a cell-phone’s contents without a warrant does not apply to searches at the U.S. borders, a federal judge in Greenbelt ruled Monday.

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