Category Archives: Privacy

Exigent Circumstances

Some time in the distant future, I’ll be that ornery grandmother boring my grandchildren with stories about how the United States used to have a Constitution and how the citizens of the United States had certain rights. Continue reading

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Every Step You Take . . .

The eeriness of Orwell’s prediction didn’t occur in a year, it took time. Government in this country has not gone as far as England, but if we’re not vigilant, it will be a matter of time. Continue reading

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Dressing Up For The Supreme Court

The United States Supreme Court has yet to rule on the constitutionality of dress codes in relation to students’ First Amendment rights. Continue reading

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Knowledge is Power

Iowa Supreme Court felt that preserving the right to a fair trial for predominately male abusers has greater value than the privacy of predominately female victims. Continue reading

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Legal Sexual Assualt

You have to wonder what advocates of these body searches are thinking, if indeed they are. If the government told them their car would be searched each time it was parked in a city parking garage they would undoubtedly be very upset. Or, would they? Continue reading

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Privacy

Governments and corporations are gaining uncharted ground in this tug-of-war over what personal information is necessary to relinquish and what’s icing on the cake for them. Continue reading

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