Supreme Court Takes On Cell Phones And PrivacyPlay
Two Supreme Court cases about police searches of cellphones without warrants are presenting vastly different views of the device. Is it a critical tool for criminals, or is it someone's virtual home?
How the justices answer that question could determine the outcome of the cases being argued Tuesday. The Obama administration and California defend the searches.
Emily Bazelon, senior editor for Slate magazine and senior research fellow at Yale Law School, discusses the cases with Here & Now's Robin Young.
- Emily Bazelon, senior editor for Slate magazine and senior research fellow at Yale Law School. She tweets @emilybazelon.
This segment aired on April 28, 2014.