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Department
Communication
Course
CMN2170
Professor
Mark Lowes
Semester
Winter

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CMN 2170: Lecture #12  Feb 28th 2013 People make the mistake the idea that a cell phone is private Charter –sec (8) unreasonable search and seizure – to search a place they need a search warrant (i.e:  computer)  The society is starting to recognize that they are not merely objects, they are representative of ourselves­  so much is developed online, smart phone contain more than information   Hardrives are considered as places not things  not the computer, the harddrive is the important and essence  courts conceptualize computers as places  smart phones are not conceptualize the same way as computers are but we are movig in that direction  conceptualized as things, cell phone are still not synonomous with computers.  Sec 11 d­ the right to be preseummed innocent  Unreasonable searc and seizure­ Irwin Toy test  Prigden and freedom of exprseeion  Ontario court of appeal ruled that police do ot necessarily need a warrant­ if it is password protected they  need a warrant, if it is not, they have a right to search it. Regina vs. Fearon case­ is a cell phone a thing? Takes back to the Radio Reference­ J.Anglon judgment, constitution is like a tree. Hard drives are more than just a a computer and info­ they are filing cabinets.  Search incident to arrest­ as your arresting a person you incidentally conduct a
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