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July 20, 2013

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Privacy does not matter and it impossible for it to be inalienable.

Privacy against organizations that are exempt from the prohibition of force (government) matters and should be inalienable and is codified in the first 5 amendments in this country.

That is why due process was created in the 13th century and the idea of a required search warrant was created in the 18th century.

Your right to privacy does not exist. Private investigators have operated legally for centuries.

A private investigator has a right to his labor and his property. If he obtains information without the use of force, fraud, or trespass then his work product is legitimate.

All civil suits are basically boiled down this one concept. If a private party has been harmed by another private party then the dispute is resolved in the court of law and all mitigating facts deal with force, fraud, or trespass.

Whether the rules of civil procedure favor one party over the other is a different discussion all together, but the basic axiom applies to all circumstances. If the right to privacy exists then a man has the right to another man's eyes.

Crime requires the burden of proof be placed on the state and if the state can obtain work product by force, fraud, or trespass, then that kind of defeats the purpose. Doesn't it?

Distinguishing between the two matters.

The fact that the state favors special interests in its criminal codes is also a discussion for another day, but it is clear that there is no such thing as privacy unless you live in a windowless, doorless home and no one is permitted in and you do not exit, ever.

God Bless.

Privacy is a concern - and that concern should be addressed. It is one ill served by Rand Paul produced paranoia, however. Senator Leahy's pushing to fast-track legislation that would require police to obtain a warrant before accessing emails and other private online messages is going to pass and it addresses a real world concern and circumstance, privacy of Americans' email and cyber communication. IOW, it's not one of Rand Paul's fantasies and, particularly unlike Paul's screwball efforts, it's legislation that will become law. http://thehill.com/blogs/hillicon-valley/technology/312383-warrant-requirement-for-email-searches-nears-senate-vote#ixzz2ZgOFkV3B

Completely right on the mark. I am becoming more and more uneasy about this situation. Maybe the new solution or only solution is a twist on the 60's, " Turn off, tune out and drop out."

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