Ars Technica writes an interesting article regarding a murder case in Cranston, RI. A judge recently ruled that the content of cell phones is private property and a warrant must be acquired before searching its contents. The privacy implications of this case are quite compelling, and while some may disagree with the judge's findings because of an emotional response to the case -- a little boy was murdered -- we have to remember that the ends do not justify the means, and we cannot continue to cede ground to those who want to violate our rights or we will wake up one day without any rights at all.