Government Espionage and the 4th Amendment.

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Government Espionage and the 4th Amendment There has recently been a lot of discussion on the limits of privacy and the extent of public security. These discussions and recent government actions involving privacy have been created mainly from the aftermath of the September 11th disaster. You may or may not have heard about these recent infractions of privacy. The boosts in airport security and the increased use of racial profiling are examples of such. But …

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…different. The cost for a more secure world is that of privacy. A little more than a decade ago, some science fiction writers imagined a world where security was so tight, you were searched and monitored everywhere from your place of business to your home. Is this the kind of future that we allow ourselves to become? Is security going to be more important than the ability to lead a life that is only yours?