Looks like we had some rather positive feedback on our first attempt at this, and since I had some time, I figured I’d get this week’s edition out now. This week’s case is Griswold v. Connecticut, the decision which effectively established the right to privacy as a constitutionally protected right. …
Where Does The Right to Privacy Exist?
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Our governments now treat us like cattle - governed by fear, we have surrendered too many of our hard-won freedoms.
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What shall we do with places like Ferguson?
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I’ve never been told to die in quite so many ways.
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Ford Is Tracking Your Car With SYNC! Except Not.
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Too much irrelevant data means a thinning of resources.
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‘NSA? We’ve been doing that since we left the caves!’
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The latest in the Snowden files…
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Again, feds argue there’s no “legitimate expectation of privacy” over metadata.
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German reactions to US spying
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