Warrantless Wireless: "No Reasonable Expectation of Privacy"
"This is a critical question for privacy in the 21st century," says Kevin Bankston, an attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation who will be arguing on Friday. "If the courts do side with the government, that means that everywhere we go, in the real world and online, will be an open book to the government unprotected by the Fourth Amendment."Anyone who's seen The Wire can imagine how helpful this would be for cracking down on crime. Though if you have seen The Wire, you know that selfish bureaucrats are prone to corruption-the government and law enforcement having no shortage of selfish bureaucrats.
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