“No” to No Fly Lists, Aereo, and Warrantless Phone Searches

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The Supreme Court has ruled that police must always have a warrant to search mobile devices when arresting someone. We discuss that, and the other big Supreme Court ruling of the day: TV networks won a huge victory over a company called Aereo. Aereo provided a subscription service that let you watch or record live network shows using a PC or cell phone. We also talk to a man who found himself mysteriously on the federal “no fly list.” We also debate whether online death threats are protected speech. And we take a very close look at the oldest things in the world with author Rachel Sussman.

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