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PostPosted: Tue Jul 30, 2019 2:21 pm 
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Other Options on Accessing Cell Phone Data

If you own the phone, or if you're dealing with your child's phone use, you may want to consider looking at what's stored in the phone itself. In most instances, you would not be breaking any laws, although you may have an ethical duty not to pry or invade your child's privacy.

Most cell phones store messages and pictures until someone "cleans" or deletes items on the phone, or the phone deletes information automatically to make room to store new messages or pictures.

Take care, though, if you snoop around your spouse's phone. Unless you legally own the phone, share it with your spouse, or he or she lets you look at it, you may open yourself up to a civil suit for invasion of privacy and may have to pay money damages if you look at messages or pictures on it.

Another option is digital forensics. Here, someone who is highly trained in digital technology can retrieve text messages and images from the phone even if they've been deleted. Again, to make sure you avoid legal problems with privacy laws, you must be the owner of the cell phone to do this. Or, you may avoid the problem if the phone belongs to your child. Also keep in mind that it may be expensive to have the phone examined by a forensic specialist.
If there is probable cause to investigate criminal activity, state or federal law enforcement officials would be able to obtain a search warrant, or wiretap authorization, from a judge. Such a warrant would give law enforcement the ability to collect certain records from your phone or service provider, depending on its terms. This information would not be released publicly during the course of the investigation, but could eventually become public if a prosecutor decides to bring charges and introduce your records into evidence.https://www.ttspy.com/how-to-see-sms-messages-from-another-phone.html
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