Read entire Forbes article here.
On Tuesday the American Civil Liberties Union published a report it obtained from a drug investigation by theImmigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, documenting the seizure and search of a suspect’s iPhone from her bedroom. While it’s no surprise that a phone carries plenty of secrets, the document presents in stark detail a list of that personal information, including call logs, photos, videos, text messages, Web history, eight different passwords for various services, and perhaps most importantly, 659 previous locations of the phone invisibly gathered from Wifi networks and cell towers.
- Here’s What Law Enforcement Can Recover From A Seized iPhone(forbes.com)
- New Document Sheds Light on Government’s Ability to Search iPhones(leaksource.wordpress.com)
- The Government Can Use Your iPhone to Figure Out Where You’ve Been(secretsofthefed.com)
- iPhone Search Warrant Reveals Trove of Possibly Incriminating Evidence(gottabemobile.com)
- iPhone search warrant shows just how much information is on a cellphone(theverge.com)
- How much data can police swipe from suspects’ phones without a warrant? (Hint: A lot) (zdnet.com)
- The Government Can Use Your iPhone to Figure Out Where You’ve Been(gizmodo.com)
- What the Government Can Get From Your iPhone (truthdig.com)
- ACLU – New Document Sheds Light on Governments Ability to Search iPhones (bespacific.com)
- Document shows how much data cops suck up from suspects’ cell phones(arstechnica.com)