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Comment: Digital doesn't change anything (Score 1) 164

by JurassicPizza (#22680144) Attached to: Bill of Rights for the Digital Age
Technology makes it easier to do certain things, but those things could always have been done in the past. The U.S. Constitution has never had an explicit right to privacy, and has always had freedom of speech (at least since it was ratified). There might be lots more data moving through your ISP, but plenty of your data still moves through the U.S. postal service, FedEx, UPS, etc., in plain old non-technology ways.

C for yourself.

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