Yes. Thumbprints and other forms of biometric authentication have even fewer legal protections than…
Quincy Larson

They do currently but they should not. If the police want to use your fingerprint to unlock your phone, they should still get a warrant explaining exactly what crime they are investigating AND what they think they will find on the device in question.

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