Keeping your cell phone private

  if your cell phone or data has been searched, you need one of the expert lawyers at Armstrong, Cheris and Page help you to protect your rights  and keep your privacy private 

Just  about everyone has a cell phone these days. What many people don’t know are the limitations in the privacy limitations regarding cell phones and data that require police to use search warrants to view your data, pictures, private memories and track your movements that let others know where you have been.

U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's record on Fourth Amendment issues suggests that he might side with law enforcement in a slew of emerging privacy disputes left unresolved by the high court's  ruling regarding cell phone searches  from June — including whether the government needs a warrant to get at troves of user data held by tech giants.