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State Appeals Court Says Unlocking A Phone With A Fingerprint Doesn’t Violate The Fifth Amendment

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State Appeals Court Says Unlocking A Phone With A Fingerprint Doesn’t Violate The Fifth Amendment

As was hinted heavily three years ago, you might be better off securing your phone with a passcode than your fingerprint. While a fingerprint is definitely unique and (theoretically…) a better way to keep thieves and snoopers from breaking into your phone, it’s not much help when it comes to your Fifth Amendment protections against self-incrimination.

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