Your assets are under assault whether you know it or not.
Lawsuits, taxes and creditors can be threats to you and your family.
David McCauley of Leaders without Limits tells James Hirsen how to protect assets
Smart phones, tablets, and other mobile devices are filled with individuals’ highly personal data including emails, photos, contact data, financial, and medical information.
It is the type of private material that was previously kept in one’s residence; such material was precisely the kind that was contemplated by the drafters of the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.
However, since technology appears to be outpacing legal reasoning, some courts have rejected the idea that during an arrest, the information contained within a smart phone would require a warrant prior to the search of its contents.