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'Big Sis' Reasserts Unlimited Power to Seize and Inspect Laptops

wiseone Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 10:15 PM
There is no constitutional right to "privacy". There is, however, a constitutional protection against "unreasonable searches and seizures." So unless Big Sis has 'probable cause' or 'reasonable suspicion' she can't search (or even seize) my laptop any more than Dirty Harry can bust some punk just because he 'knows' the punk is 'dirty'.
anonymous1329 Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 2:51 AM
If this occured under Bush or any other republican people would be screaming their heads off. You have got to love the double standard of the liberals/progressive and they have consistently applied it to everything they do.

President Obama did not mention it in his State of the Union address last night, and there hasn’t been much attention devoted to it in the Congress of late; but, the fundamental right to privacy Americans have a right to expect from their own government, has suffered yet another body blow.

On the surface, things seem to be in order. For example, at the beginning of February, the Federal Trade Commission released a staff report outlining consumer privacy recommendations for developers of mobile phone apps. FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz called the recommendations “best practices” intended to “safeguard consumer privacy,” that...