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Personally I think that looking at peoples smart phone is an intrusion of privacy. People keep their phone books, personal info, calendars etc there. If a woman were having a seizure in the street the LAST place I'd think to look is in her purse to find her phone because she'd expect me to go there to make sure she's OK.What do people here think about a smartphone wallpaper that could have important information on it instead of wearing a bracelet? Also, what type of information is usually on the bracelets?
It also means if she loses something from her purse during/after the incident, I'd be the first person suspected and rightfully so.
Recently in Canada it was even discussed as to whether a warrant covered what was on someones smart phone or if they needed a separate warrant to access that information.