1. Your Lock Screen is Protected Under The Fourth Amendment, Court Rules  Gizmodo
  2. District judge rules FBI needs a warrant to access your lock screen  Engadget
  3. FBI cannot even look at your phone lock screen without a warrant, rules judge  9to5Mac
  4. Judge to FBI: You Should've Gotten a Warrant Before Turning On That Phone  Reason
  5. Law enforcement needs a search warrant to look at the lock screen on your smartphone, judge rules  Daily Mail
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Thanks to a Supreme Court ruling from 2018, most of the evidence that might be hidden on a suspect’s phone is only accessible with some sort of warrant. Now, a Seattle judge is extending these protections even further. Thanks to a Supreme Court ruling from 2018, most of the evidence that might be hidden on a suspect’s phone is only accessible with some sort of warrant. Now, a Seattle judge is extending these protections even further.

Court Rules You Need A Warrant Jus t To Turn On A Suspect's Phone

A Washington state judge ruled that the FBI needs a search warrant to look at a suspect's lock screen.A Washington state judge ruled that the FBI needs a search warrant to look at a suspect's lock screen.

District judge rules FBI needs a warrant just to access your lock screen | Engadget

The FBI broke the law when it switched on a suspect's phone to look at his lock screen without a warrant, ruled a judge. It said that gatheringThe FBI broke the law when it switched on a suspect's phone to look at his lock screen without a warrant, ruled a judge. It said that gathering

Phone lock screen – viewing it may require a warrant - 9to5Mac

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Judge to FBI: You Should’ve Gotten a Warrant Before Turning On That Phone – Reason.com

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Judge John Coughenour made the ruling in the US District Court in Seattle Monday in favor of Joseph Sam, who was arrested for robbery and assault in May 2019.Judge John Coughenour made the ruling in the US District Court in Seattle Monday in favor of Joseph Sam, who was arrested for robbery and assault in May 2019.

Law enforcement needs a search warrant to look at the lock screen on your smartphone, judge rules | Daily Mail Online

The FBI broke the law when it powered on a suspect's smartphone to take a photo of his lock screen without a warrant, a U.S. District Court Judge...The FBI broke the law when it powered on a suspect's smartphone to take a photo of his lock screen without a warrant, a U.S. District Court Judge...

Judge Rules FBI Cannot View a Phone Lock Screen Without a Warrant - MacRumors

According to a judge's ruling, if a federal official conducts a lock screen search of your phone, that counts as a full search and thus requires a warrant.According to a judge's ruling, if a federal official conducts a lock screen search of your phone, that counts as a full search and thus requires a warrant.

FBI doing a lock screen search counts as a full search - Android Authority

As per a new court ruling in the United States, law enforcement agencies require a warrant to even look at a phone lock screen. As per a new court ruling in the United States, law enforcement agencies require a warrant to even look at a phone lock screen. 

FBI Cannot Look at Your Phone Lock Screen Without a Warrant

FBI Cannot Look at Your Phone Lock Screen Without a Warrant

A new court ruling says that law enforcement needs to obtain a warrant just to look at your smartphone's lock screen.A court ruled that police violated a man's rights when they took a photo of his lock screen.

FBI needs a warrant just to look at your phone's lock screen, says judge

The FBI accessing a lock screen violates someone's Fourth Amendment rights, one court found.The FBI accessing a lock screen violates someone's Fourth Amendment rights, one court found.

Looking at a phone's lock screen also requires a warrant, judge rules - CNET

A judge has ruled that turning on the lock screen of your phone constitutes a search, and as such requires a warrant in order to be lawful.A judge has ruled that turning on the lock screen of your phone constitutes a search, and as such requires a warrant in order to be lawful.

FBI looking at your phone's lock screen without a warrant deemed unconstitutional | Android Central

A Seattle-based District Judge has ruled that law enforcement agencies may not look at a phone's lock screen without a warrant as it violates Fourth Amendment rights.A Seattle-based District Judge has ruled that law enforcement agencies may not look at a phone's lock screen without a warrant as it violates Fourth Amendment rights.

Judge rules that viewing an iPhone lock screen qualifies as a search | Appleinsider