Say you’re pulled over, can a police offer demand you turn over your cell phone? Is the officer entitled to look at or take your phone, or for that matter, any other device such as a laptop or tablet?
In a recent episode of NBC’s Press:Here, Hanni Fakouri of the Electronic Frontier Foundation addresses and discusses individual’s legal rights, and what you should do if you’re found in a situation where law enforcement attempts to access or take your electronic devices.
If your phone is locked with a password (which it should be!), are you obligated to unlock it? In this episode, Hanni Fakouri, along with Sarah Lacy of TechCrunch and Jon Swartz of USA Today, discuss your digital rights with host Scott McGrew.