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What side do you take?
Why are there people coming out of the book?!
We came from the Magic Book of Internet Privacy. We are from the government. We are here to inform you about internet privacy from our point of view.
"The Patriot Act of 2001 authorizes new investigatory powers for law enforcement in response to terrorist attacks upon the nation." Under certain circumstances, the law has the right to search for computer crime if something is suspected to be a harm against the nation. (Sulmasy)
"An open society, such as the United States, needs to use technology to protect itself. Laws and acts were created to protect the United State's and its citizens from potential danger and threats." (Sulmasy)
That's why you must always be careful with your devices and what you put online.
Well I believe citizens have rights as well.
The Fourth Amendment stops people of authority from searching us or our property without "probable cause." The government can't look at our personal information without getting evidence first, and they must have the right tools such as a search warrant. They must obtain what the court orders them to have in order to search our information. (Butler)
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