On June 25, 2014, the United States Supreme Court issued a landmark decision unanimously ruling that the police need warrants to search cellphones of people they arrest. (Riley v. California, No. 13-132 and United States v. Wurie, No. 13-212) Although the decision focused solely on the ability to search an individual’s cellphone, it is anticipated that this decision will also extend to tablets and laptop computers. Its reasoning may also apply to searches of homes and businesses and of information held by third parties like phone companies.