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In an expanded panel: The High Court discusses Netanyahu's advisers' appeal of the search on their mobiles - Walla! News

2021-07-27T06:12:59.506Z

High Court hearing: Appeal to search Netanyahu's advisers' phones news News in Israel Criminal news and law In an expanded panel: The High Court is hearing an appeal by Netanyahu's advisers over the search of their mobiles A nine-judge panel will once again hear appeals filed by four former prime minister advisers after the previous panel authorized police to conduct a search on their mobile phones. The four are suspected of involvement in harassing the state w



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In an expanded panel: The High Court is hearing an appeal by Netanyahu's advisers over the search of their mobiles

A nine-judge panel will once again hear appeals filed by four former prime minister advisers after the previous panel authorized police to conduct a search on their mobile phones.

The four are suspected of involvement in harassing the state witness in the 4000 case, Shlomo Pilber

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Yael Friedson

Tuesday, 27 July 2021, 08:34 Updated: 09:06

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Panel of nine Supreme Court justices will today (Tuesday) another hearing appeals filed by four former prime minister's adviser, confirmed the previous composition of the police to search on their mobile phones. The four are suspected of involvement in the harassment case to the State 4000, Solomon Filber.



The search request is doomed phones Already six times in the courts, centered on an incident that took place on August 29 two years ago, then a vehicle with speakers came to Pilber's home and shouted at him.

Discussion of the appeal filed.

Supreme Court Hall (Photo: Official Website, Judges of the Judiciary)

Following their investigations, four advisers to then-Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Likud were also summoned for questioning - Yonatan Orich, Ofer Golan, Yossi Shalom and Israel Einhorn. Police did not issue any intrusion orders into the fours' phones. Instead, during their interrogations, the people of Lahav 433 asked them to search the devices, and when they received their consent, a phone call was made and screenshots were taken.



In light of the importance of the issue and the implications for the privacy and rights of suspects, the Public Defender's Office joined the petition. According to data obtained in another procedure, in 2019 24,000 orders were issued.

In this context, the defense advocated a significant violation of the right to privacy.

That "in essence - the intensity of the violation of the right to privacy as a result of a search of a person's mobile device exceeds that caused by receiving communication data about him, and even exceeds that caused by eavesdropping on the secret of his conversation - since searching the mobile device allows additional information "Even if they received orders that allow them to wiretap and obtain communication data - information about the intricacies of the person's soul, which he did not share with anyone - as reflected in searches of the same value; in the information he chose to consume; in the records he made for himself;

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