the most important Constitutional protections

| March 13, 2016

Question
The 4th Amendment is generally pointed to as one of the most important Constitutional protections for a person’s privacy rights. How has the discussion regarding “privacy” changed in the digital age? Do you think we still have “privacy”? With most things (Bank records, emails, text messages, photos, tax information with your social security number, your drivers license number, home address from online purchases, etc., etc.) being stored in the “cloud” or in some other online universe, what value does the 4th Amendment have AND what role can government play in upholding the 4th Amendment?

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