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Rape victims asked to give police access to their mobile phones - or face their case being dropped

Campaigners says rape victims are being made to choose between privacy or justice - as police ask them to hand over their mobile phones.

Forces across England and Wales want accusers to allow officers to access data including messages, photos, emails, and social media content.

If they don't, cases could be dropped.

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