The Fourth Amendment Does Not Protect Your Home Computer


EFF sends.

Encrypt everything.

7 responses to “The Fourth Amendment Does Not Protect Your Home Computer

  1. Let’s get this into an appeals court as soon as humanly possible so it can be struck down and torn apart. Honestly, how do these judges get into their offices? Who is pulling the strings from behind the curtain? This completely goes against common sense. One doesn’t even need to be a constitutional lawyer to see that this doesn’t hold water. All you need is the most basic understanding of the Bill of Rights. I do not believe these judges have progressed through their entire careers lacking that knowledge. This is happening by design. Is the Devil himself behind this?

  2. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  3. outlawpatriot

    Can I tell ya somethin’? Not that I give a fuck one way or another. I say what I want to say regardless. But I kinda don’t care what is said in open forum. I consider it much like speaking in public. It is what it is. However, communication between two or more private entities, that’s nobody’s business and should be protected. 😉

  4. FBI operating a child porn server. Par for the course…

  5. Henry Bowman

    free, open source encryption right here…