Let's say a minor calls the police or goes to them and reports that she got a sexual text on snapchat, but she has no proof. Is that enough probable cause for police to seek a warrant directed to snapchat to view all chats?
If she does have a sexual text as proof, is that enough evidence for probable cause?
If they get warrant for snapchat servers and they see the chats are empty, no texts, no evidence nothing, but they see the current email and also a previous email (snap is able to retrive email accounts history, the one currently in use and the older one), do they have the power to seek any accounts that were created with the previous email and seek warrants for what's on snap servers?
I'm asking because maybe that email belongs to someone else. They may see the IP used to create other accounts are the same with the accused account that's using another email (the current one), but maybe there are more people in the house and the accounts may be the private property of the others in the house. I do not think it would be fair for police to seek warrants for everything if there's no evidence on the accused account and even if there would be a small hint. The other accounts may be the private property of others