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Old January 2nd 16, 03:14 PM posted to alt.cellular,misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android
Mark Bannon
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Default New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st2016

New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st 2016

This relates to anyone pulled over where the cellphone is confiscated.

This year, the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act goes
into effect. CalECPA requires police to get a warrant before searching
your electronic devices. It will be up to a judge to decide if police
have probable cause to access your devices, location information and
search history.

Full text:
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/f...201520160SB178

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Old January 2nd 16, 03:32 PM posted to alt.cellular,misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android
Mark Bannon
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Default New California cellphone search law went into effect January1st 2016

Another new crime in California related to mobile devices!

It's already illegal for car drivers, but if you're on a bicycle,
it's now illegal to use a headset, earplugs or earbuds in both
ears while operating your bicycle.

https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/f...201520160SB491

It's in there - buried deep down within the wholly unrelated crap.

(11) Existing law prohibits a person operating a motor vehicle or a
bicycle from wearing a headset covering both ears, or from wearing earplugs
in both ears, subject to certain exceptions.

This bill would also prohibit wearing earphones covering, resting on,
or inserted in, both ears. Because a violation of these provisions would
be a crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.
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Old January 2nd 16, 07:04 PM posted to alt.cellular,misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android
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Default New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st2016

On 1/2/2016 9:14 AM, Mark Bannon wrote:
New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st 2016

This relates to anyone pulled over where the cellphone is confiscated.

This year, the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act goes
into effect. CalECPA requires police to get a warrant before searching
your electronic devices. It will be up to a judge to decide if police
have probable cause to access your devices, location information and
search history.

Full text:
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/f...201520160SB178


Ahhhh, Californica is such a great state.....................to not live
in. Glad I don't.
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Old January 2nd 16, 07:26 PM posted to alt.cellular,misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android
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Default New California cellphone search law went into effect January1st 2016

In message
Meanie wrote:
On 1/2/2016 9:14 AM, Mark Bannon wrote:
New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st 2016

This relates to anyone pulled over where the cellphone is confiscated.

This year, the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act goes
into effect. CalECPA requires police to get a warrant before searching
your electronic devices. It will be up to a judge to decide if police
have probable cause to access your devices, location information and
search history.

Full text:
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/f...201520160SB178


Ahhhh, Californica is such a great state.....................to not live
in. Glad I don't.


You're a moron. In most states police routinely search your phone. Of
course, my phone is locked with a good password and I can easily trigger
five failures of the touchID sensor, so no one will be looking at my
phone.

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Old January 2nd 16, 09:37 PM posted to misc.phone.mobile.iphone,alt.cellular,comp.mobile.android
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Default New California cellphone search law went into effectJanuary 1st 2016

Meanie wrote:
On 1/2/2016 9:14 AM, Mark Bannon wrote:

New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st 2016

This relates to anyone pulled over where the cellphone is confiscated.

This year, the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act goes
into effect. CalECPA requires police to get a warrant before searching
your electronic devices. It will be up to a judge to decide if police
have probable cause to access your devices, location information and
search history.

Full text:
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/f...201520160SB178


Ahhhh, Californica is such a great state.....................to not live
in. Glad I don't.


Yes, because allowing cops to dig through our phones without warrants is so
much better, y'all...

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Old January 3rd 16, 12:13 AM posted to alt.cellular
dangerous dan
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Default New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st 2016



wrote:
In message
Meanie wrote:
On 1/2/2016 9:14 AM, Mark Bannon wrote:
New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st 2016

This relates to anyone pulled over where the cellphone is confiscated.

This year, the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act goes
into effect. CalECPA requires police to get a warrant before searching
your electronic devices. It will be up to a judge to decide if police
have probable cause to access your devices, location information and
search history.

Full text:
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/f...201520160SB178

Ahhhh, Californica is such a great state.....................to not live
in. Glad I don't.

You're a moron. In most states police routinely search your phone. Of
course, my phone is locked with a good password and I can easily trigger
five failures of the touchID sensor, so no one will be looking at my
phone.
--
Aren't you a little short for a stormtrooper?

What type of crimes will police search your phone?

Will police also search a laptop or tablet?

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Old January 3rd 16, 01:07 AM posted to alt.cellular,misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android
Meanie
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Default New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st2016

On 1/2/2016 1:26 PM, Lewis wrote:
In message
Meanie wrote:
On 1/2/2016 9:14 AM, Mark Bannon wrote:
New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st 2016

This relates to anyone pulled over where the cellphone is confiscated.

This year, the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act goes
into effect. CalECPA requires police to get a warrant before searching
your electronic devices. It will be up to a judge to decide if police
have probable cause to access your devices, location information and
search history.

Full text:
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/f...201520160SB178


Ahhhh, Californica is such a great state.....................to not live
in. Glad I don't.


You're a moron. In most states police routinely search your phone. Of
course, my phone is locked with a good password and I can easily trigger
five failures of the touchID sensor, so no one will be looking at my
phone.


What's your point?
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Old January 4th 16, 12:30 AM posted to alt.cellular,misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android
Lewis[_3_]
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Default New California cellphone search law went into effect January1st 2016

In message
Anthony R. Gold wrote:
On Sat, 2 Jan 2016 19:07:09 -0500, Meanie wrote:


On 1/2/2016 1:26 PM, Lewis wrote:
In message
Meanie wrote:
On 1/2/2016 9:14 AM, Mark Bannon wrote:
New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st 2016

This relates to anyone pulled over where the cellphone is confiscated.

This year, the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act goes
into effect. CalECPA requires police to get a warrant before searching
your electronic devices. It will be up to a judge to decide if police
have probable cause to access your devices, location information and
search history.

Full text:
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/f...201520160SB178


Ahhhh, Californica is such a great state.....................to not live
in. Glad I don't.

You're a moron. In most states police routinely search your phone. Of
course, my phone is locked with a good password and I can easily trigger
five failures of the touchID sensor, so no one will be looking at my
phone.


What's your point?


That if anyone finds his phone laying on a desk or table etc they can cause
it to self-destruct in just five touches.


What the **** are you talking about

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Old January 4th 16, 05:47 AM posted to alt.cellular,misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android
The Real Bev[_2_]
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Default New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st2016

On 01/03/2016 03:30 PM, Lewis wrote:
In message
Anthony R. Gold wrote:
On Sat, 2 Jan 2016 19:07:09 -0500, Meanie wrote:


On 1/2/2016 1:26 PM, Lewis wrote:
In message
Meanie wrote:
On 1/2/2016 9:14 AM, Mark Bannon wrote:
New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st 2016

This relates to anyone pulled over where the cellphone is confiscated.

This year, the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act goes
into effect. CalECPA requires police to get a warrant before searching
your electronic devices. It will be up to a judge to decide if police
have probable cause to access your devices, location information and
search history.

Full text:
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/f...201520160SB178

Ahhhh, Californica is such a great state.....................to not live
in. Glad I don't.

You're a moron. In most states police routinely search your phone. Of
course, my phone is locked with a good password and I can easily trigger
five failures of the touchID sensor, so no one will be looking at my
phone.

What's your point?


That if anyone finds his phone laying on a desk or table etc they can cause
it to self-destruct in just five touches.


What the **** are you talking about


Perhaps he leaves it with four touches so that if The Pigs try to look
at it it will wipe itself. This leaves it open to a co-worker picking
it up and saying "Oh hey, I've never seen one of these cool phoOH ****
WHAT HAPPENED?"

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Old January 4th 16, 03:33 PM posted to alt.cellular,misc.phone.mobile.iphone,comp.mobile.android
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Default New California cellphone search law went into effect January 1st 2016

Per Lewis:
That if anyone finds his phone laying on a desk or table etc they can cause
it to self-destruct in just five touches.


What the **** are you talking about


I think he is referring to phone security systems that initiate data
deletion if/when somebody attempts to log on with the wrong PW.
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