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Forced Smartphone Entry Poses Constitutional Question in Indiana

The Indiana Supreme Court will consider when the government can compel a person to unlock a smartphone as part of an investigation. The state’s highest court is set to hear oral argument April 18 in Seo v. State, a case that tugs at the tension between constitutional and privacy rights and law enforcement’s investigatory needs. …

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Indiana Justices Take Up Forced Unlocking of Phones

WABASH, Ind. (CN) – In a case involving an accused stalker, the Indiana Supreme Court heard oral arguments Thursday over whether police can force criminal suspects to unlock or decrypt their cellphones. The hearing centered on a woman named Katelin Seo, who was asked to unlock her cellphone for criminal investigators after she was charged …

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What’s your password? Indiana Supreme Court to rule on unlocking smartphones for police

Please enable Javascript to watch this video CARMEL, Ind. – Smartphones are just that, smart! And when you put a password on them, they’re even smarter, encrypting everything on your phone. About 95 percent of Americans have cell phones and 77 percent have smartphones, according to Pew Research. Many of them are password protected. It …

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Indiana Supreme Court to hear phone privacy case | 2019-03-25 | Indianapolis Business Journal

The Indiana Supreme Court is hearing the case of a woman who refused to unlock her cellphone for police in a stalking investigation. Attorneys in the case say the court’s decision could undermine privacy interests and constitutional rights, or public safety and law enforcement. The Supreme Court will hear arguments next month in a case …

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Indiana Supreme Court to hear cellphone privacy case

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) — The Indiana Supreme Court is hearing the case of a woman who refused to unlock her cellphone for police in a stalking investigation. Attorneys in the case say the court’s decision could undermine privacy interests and constitutional rights, or public safety and law enforcement. The Supreme Court will hear arguments next …

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Cellphone privacy case goes to justices | Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Supreme Court is hearing the case of a woman who refused to unlock her cellphone for police in a stalking investigation. Attorneys in the case say the court’s decision could undermine privacy interests and constitutional rights, or public safety and law enforcement. The Supreme Court will hear arguments next month in …

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