Privacy Concerns in Modern America

Contributed by Reverend Jerry L Cason Jr.

The fourth amendment to the constitution promised the right to privacy for every American citizen. Protections were put in place to help ensure these rights wouldn’t be violated. For instance, the United States government needs probable cause and a warrant to search things like our homes and person. When it comes to the Internet and technology, these types of protections don’t seem to exist. For years the government has been fighting hard to strip the privacy of American citizens online. The legality of these programs has appeared to be of no concern to the government which has been caught time and again attempting to hide these tactics from the American populace.

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