The right to privacy

France has the PATRIOT Act on steroids—so why didn’t it stop the attack in Nice? The right to privacy France has the PATRIOT Act on steroids—so why didn’t it stop the attack in Nice? Matt Purple, Rare Staff 10:01am, July 21
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The horror in Nice reminds us again that mass surveillance can’t keep us absolutely safe The right to privacy The horror in Nice reminds us again that mass surveillance can’t keep us absolutely safe Bonnie Kristian, 1:18pm, July 15
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Michael Bloomberg is wrong: Apple must protect your cell phone data from the FBI The right to privacy Michael Bloomberg is wrong: Apple must protect your cell phone data from the FBI Daniel DePetris, 9:08am, July 7
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This state is forcing catheters into people’s bodies if they decline to give police a urine sample The right to privacy This state is forcing catheters into people’s bodies if they decline to give police a urine sample Bonnie Kristian, 7:15pm, July 6
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The Democratic Party has officially lost all its civil libertarian cred Democrats The Democratic Party has officially lost all its civil libertarian cred Bonnie Kristian, 8:34am, June 29
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This SCOTUS ruling is a step toward making the Fourth Amendment “nothing more than a suggestion” Police state This SCOTUS ruling is a step toward making the Fourth Amendment “nothing more than a suggestion” Bonnie Kristian, 2:47pm, June 28
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John McCain just tried to pass another anti-privacy law—and the Senate stopped him Rare Liberty John McCain just tried to pass another anti-privacy law—and the Senate stopped him Daniel DePetris, 3:15pm, June 22
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SCOTUS just struck a devastating blow to our most basic right to privacy Police state SCOTUS just struck a devastating blow to our most basic right to privacy Bonnie Kristian, 2:10pm, June 22
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Stop using tragedies to justify unjust new laws Getting it Right Stop using tragedies to justify unjust new laws Bonnie Kristian, 8:39am, June 22
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Are the feds secretly recording your conversation at the bus stop? Rare Politics Are the feds secretly recording your conversation at the bus stop? Bonnie Kristian, 12:17pm, May 16
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Soon you may not be allowed to say no to cops digitally rifling through your phone Police state Soon you may not be allowed to say no to cops digitally rifling through your phone Bonnie Kristian, 1:47pm, April 28
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All it takes for the government to find you is metadata from just two of your apps The right to privacy All it takes for the government to find you is metadata from just two of your apps Bonnie Kristian, 2:24pm, April 15
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How does the “land of the free” allow roadside body cavity searches? "War on drugs" How does the “land of the free” allow roadside body cavity searches? Bonnie Kristian, 2:42pm, April 13
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This former NSA spy chief is siding with Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump Election 2016 This former NSA spy chief is siding with Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump James Beattie, 12:04pm, March 28
The Brussels terrorist attack doesn’t justify more surveillance National security The Brussels terrorist attack doesn’t justify more surveillance Matt Purple, Rare Staff 3:26pm, March 25
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Michael Bloomberg is wrong: Apple must protect your cell phone data from the FBI The right to privacy Michael Bloomberg is wrong: Apple must protect your cell phone data from the FBI Daniel DePetris, 9:08am, July 7
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France has the PATRIOT Act on steroids—so why didn’t it stop the attack in Nice? The right to privacy France has the PATRIOT Act on steroids—so why didn’t it stop the attack in Nice? Matt Purple, Rare Staff 10:01am, July 21
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Stop using tragedies to justify unjust new laws Getting it Right Stop using tragedies to justify unjust new laws Bonnie Kristian, 8:39am, June 22
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The horror in Nice reminds us again that mass surveillance can’t keep us absolutely safe The right to privacy The horror in Nice reminds us again that mass surveillance can’t keep us absolutely safe Bonnie Kristian, 1:18pm, July 15
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Once again, war on terror spying powers are being used to spy on ordinary Americans "War on drugs" Once again, war on terror spying powers are being used to spy on ordinary Americans Bonnie Kristian, 10:41am, March 12
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Britain’s latest crackdown on free speech should make us grateful for the First Amendment The right to privacy Britain’s latest crackdown on free speech should make us grateful for the First Amendment Matt Purple, Rare Staff 10:06am, November 9
John McCain just tried to pass another anti-privacy law—and the Senate stopped him Rare Liberty John McCain just tried to pass another anti-privacy law—and the Senate stopped him Daniel DePetris, 3:15pm, June 22
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Here are 3 ways the Patriot Act and mass surveillance have been abused The right to privacy Here are 3 ways the Patriot Act and mass surveillance have been abused Nick Morpus, 2:22pm, June 1
FBI says the Patriot Act’s spying powers haven’t cracked a single major case The right to privacy FBI says the Patriot Act’s spying powers haven’t cracked a single major case Kevin Boyd, 11:17am, May 22
This state is forcing catheters into people’s bodies if they decline to give police a urine sample The right to privacy This state is forcing catheters into people’s bodies if they decline to give police a urine sample Bonnie Kristian, 7:15pm, July 6
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Soon you may not be allowed to say no to cops digitally rifling through your phone Police state Soon you may not be allowed to say no to cops digitally rifling through your phone Bonnie Kristian, 1:47pm, April 28
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The Democratic Party has officially lost all its civil libertarian cred Democrats The Democratic Party has officially lost all its civil libertarian cred Bonnie Kristian, 8:34am, June 29
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Here’s a reminder that the TSA still sucks and we’ve become way too complacent about it The right to privacy Here’s a reminder that the TSA still sucks and we’ve become way too complacent about it Bonnie Kristian, 2:29pm, June 16
This SCOTUS ruling is a step toward making the Fourth Amendment “nothing more than a suggestion” Police state This SCOTUS ruling is a step toward making the Fourth Amendment “nothing more than a suggestion” Bonnie Kristian, 2:47pm, June 28
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SCOTUS just struck a devastating blow to our most basic right to privacy Police state SCOTUS just struck a devastating blow to our most basic right to privacy Bonnie Kristian, 2:10pm, June 22
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