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The real story is the governments ability to dominate, organize, and find patterns (signatures) in the vast amounts of data heretofore unprotected by the 4th [amendment]. Query: has that ability reached a critical mass that requires that we now give those discrete bits of info further protection?
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This is just the tip of the iceberg [with] corruption in the courts, and the ‘fox guarding the chicken coop.’

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