Your smartphone info is protected, according to a unanimous decision handed down by the Supreme Court today.  Officials cannot access the info without a court order, detailing what info they are specifically searching for.

You can still have your phone confiscated, but in order to see it's contents, agents must first compel a judge to allow the search of specific information.

Is it flawless?  No.  Is there room for abuse?  Yep.  But I was encouraged to see the SCOTUS defend a liberty rather than dilute it with legislation.