Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Our Right to Privacy

The right to privacy is a fundamental right, yet we are reminded of the sobering fact that big brother is watching. Khaliah Barnes, of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, tells host John Stossel that our Fourth Amendment rights are constantly violated. She argues how protections are needed to prevent government and other entities from intruding on our personal information in this edition of Liberty Pen.

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