As Justice Sotomayor's question in Strieff suggests, we need to be honest about the implications surrounding police and civilian encounters. Mr. Strieff and Dr. Berger are both white. Berger is a well-respected doctor who was doing nothing wrong. However, it is African-Americans that are too often subjected to the humiliation, degradation, and physical injuries of illegal police stops and seizures. Yet, people of color often have no recourse and no voice. That is why our courts must preserve our constitutional liberties across the board when confronted with circumstances of illegal stops or searches. In turn, we all need to pay attention. While the police need to be able to effectively conduct investigations, everyone's rights must be upheld for the sake of all society. So, if you care that deeply about what's in your phones, then open your eyes to the personal privacy interests of all Americans.