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Our Data should be protected by the 4th Amendment

LISTEN NOW! Greg and John share about how police officers are stopping citizens in New York without probable cause, blaming it on their lack of knowledge of the law, while Greg shares from “Time Magazine”, August 27, 2012, 10 Ways your phone is changing the world and how our 4th amendment rights are being violated with the new way we keep our papers which are now in data form.  The 4th Amendment states The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and affects, against unreasonable searches and seizures shall now be violated…” and how we keep our papers now in the data format proven over and over again when from Government to business they are wanting to take us to  paperless forms of communication.  We must realize that paperless does not mean 4th Amendmentless . This is an original intent moment. 

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