You just have to love this:
The California Supreme Court allowed police Monday to search arrestees’ cell phones without a warrant, saying defendants lose their privacy rights for any items they’re carrying when taken into custody.
Under U.S. Supreme Court precedents, “this loss of privacy allows police not only to seize anything of importance they find on the arrestee’s body … but also to open and examine what they find,” the state court said in a 5-2 ruling.
Praise Mao, from whom all blessings flow;
praise him, all creatures here below;
praise him above, ye Statist host;
praise Dictator, Kleptocrat, and Autocratic boast.