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Saturday, July 07, 2007

Feds say they don't need warrants to watch Net Usage

Use of the internet or any venture by an individual is protected by the 4th amendment unless a warrant is issued to investigate this topic. Tracking IP addresses is not the work of the state, and requires a warrant to investigate. The state cannot have agencies devoted to checking all IP addresses visiting every website. That is a huge waste of money and an unConstitutional invasion of privacy.

Ron Paul would say no. Constitutioners say no.

A ruling on warrants and e-mail was recently found in contradiction to this ruling. Can they track the IP and usage of an email sent?


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