“We were once outraged and dismayed and spurred to resist when British soldiers came knocking at our door with illegitimate warrants seeking taxes on our papers.
Today,” Paul continued, “your government responds that there is no expectation of privacy once you consign your records to a third party.
Your government applies that the Fourth Amendment applies not at all to your bank records, your Visa bill, your internet searches or purchases or emails.
If not resistance, shouldn’t there at least be outrage?”
“Imagine for a moment what information could be gathered from your Visa bill,” mentioning health information, political information, and personal information.
“Are we so afraid of terrorists that we are willing to give up the very freedoms that separate us from them?” Paul asked.
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