Text Messaging and the Fourth Amendment

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  • Individuals may have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the content of their text messages, and, thus, when a government agent searches through those messages without a warrant, that conduct might violate the Fourth Amendment proscription against “unreasonable searches and ...

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