Excellent article Quincy.
David Travis

If you were asked to open a briefcase, the officer would likely flick through the contents to ensure that there was no blatantly illegal pornography and then send you on your way. He would not photocopy every page, then obtain every other document that you own (because your briefcase has a mystical connection to a library of other documents that it can call upon at will) and photocopy those too. He would also not have the capacity to impersonate you for the time that he has possession of the briefcase, or for that matter any amount of time afterwards. The confiscation of a mobile phone is substantially more intrusive than that of a briefcase.

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