Originally Posted by AustinChief
And your point is? My point is simple. Under current interpretations of the 4th, you don't have a right to privacy concerning data held by a 3rd party. Period. I think the Supreme Court is going to need to revisit this issue soon because of the way technology is making it impossible for us to communicate except through 3rd parties.
What would be cool as hell is if Google and Facebook and others enacted PGP encryption on all their messaging. The NSA would then have to spend a month decrypting one single email. It's almost to the point where I think that people in certain fields (like journalism) who aren't using encryption deserve to have their emails read... it's inexcusable for them to be so ridiculously naive.
I don't go by interpretations. Especially, by men who will not be bound down by its chains. I go by what the document says on its face.
“The power to declare war, including the power of judging the causes of war, is fully and exclusively vested in the legislature.” ~ James Madison, Father of the Constitution
“We do not believe in aggressive or preventive war. Such war is the weapon of dictators, not of free democratic countries like the United States.”~ Truman, Sept 1, 1950