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Is Privacy Going to the Dogs?

KentuckyRebel Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 8:53 AM
So you're ok with the cops scanning your house with infrared while you're banging your wife because they have the technology to do it with just because they have a "suspicion" that you might be growing a plant in your basement? Do you honestly believe they will only scan those they "think" are doing something illegal? I don't know about you but I don't want to leave my privacy up to someone elses opinion...
M444ss Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 10:00 PM
Worse, they apparently don't need actual suspicion...just checking out the neighborhood in case you might be up to no good must be okay, too. Perhaps the neighborhood watch or the local busybody should also be allowed to have a look.

The New Yorker magazine once had a cartoon showing a storefront office with the company name on the window: "None of Your Damn Business Inc." If it were publicly traded, the corporation's stock would be down this morning.

That's because of Tuesday's ruling by the Supreme Court in a case barely noticed amid the frenzy of interest in the arguments on same-sex marriage. The decision looks like a victory for personal privacy. But the beauty may prove to be skin deep.

The case arose after two Miami-Dade police escorted a drug-sniffing dog to Joelis Jardines' front porch, where the dog...