- They pass a law barring public officials and public employees from having locks. This includes personal residences, offices, storage sheds, cabinets, etc.
- They make all public officials have the password of password for all computer access, personal or work, server accounts, social media, financial accounts, including banking, realms, domains, etc.
- All public employees have their calendars, todo lists, emails, projects, proposals, and any documents, personal or otherwise publicly accessible
- All bank account information is to be posted on public servers updated whenever it changes. This includes banking transactions and all accounts personal or public that they nominally control or have access to
- They must post their social security information on a public server and associate it with themselves, as well as publish any security questions and answers associated with any accounts or any other entities without limit
- They must publish their genome sequence, so the public can really know who they are
- They must consent to the release by providing a public power of attorney, for any information not herein covered
- They must not use cash for transactions, nor checks, they are limited to debit cards only. Any barter exchanges must be registered through a second hand store and the records be available to the public
My Phone carries a lot of personal information and they just aren't allowed a blanket ability to seize it. Digital devices have become ubiquitous and their storage of personal information must be protected. Really want into that iPhone collection? hire an ethical hacker or worst comes to worst a hardware firm to play with the base encryption hardware and software to allow infinite attempts. With a valid warrant. They seem to have forgotten about this small matter from the Bill of Rights:
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects,[a] against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.