If you're not familiar with Diaz, begin here. In a nutshell, the Supreme Court of California ruled that if arrested, the government may search your cellular device – without a warrant. Now the California legislature is getting in on the act.
State Senator Mark Leno (D-SF) has introduced SB 914 (which has already passed in the senate), seeking to overturn that decision and require the government to do things the old-fashioned way; procure a warrant based on probable cause.
I've previously said that the current ruling has the potential to lead us down a dangerous path. As far as the state of California is concerned, this is a very important piece of 4th Amendment legislation.
Regardless of how this turns out, you already know my advice; set a password for your PDA – and keep it!