The ruling, which may also apply to tablets and laptop computers, sprouted from a case in
"This one came out of
He said that he believed this was a good decision, and that it's common sense that the Fourth Amendment adapt to the digital age.
"It seemed to us to be the correct decision," Fox said.
"We will do two things," Brucia said. "One, we will review the ruling. Two, we will be in contact with the D.A.'s office to make sure we're in compliance with it."
Fox said it's not certain how the new law will affect
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