The Supreme Court has a chance to keep Big Brother at bay

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Posted by: Posted by Jack Powers - Nov 11, 2011 - 8:09 PM PST
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Jack Powers
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by Jack Powers - Nov. 11, 2011

“In short, Big Brother has arrived, and we have invited him in. GPS and smartphone devices help us find our way to new restaurants, but they ... More »

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Todd Couvillon
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by Todd Couvillon - Nov. 13, 2011

The article is informative, but a bit one-sided. Although it is an op-ed it should have laid out the arguments a little more thoroughly. It is quite difficult to convince your audience of your opinion if you do not at least explore the contra arguments. Specifically, this issue involves the ability of law enforcement to effectively combat crime versus the constitutional freedoms that we enjoy. The article fails to present this issue - which is the key question before the High Court.

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