As part of our “Next 10 Amendments” debate series, we’re asking our readers if it’s time for a constitutional amendment to protect their privacy.
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When it comes to surveillance and national-security leaks, what’s protected by the Constitution, what isn’t–and what’s changing?
The National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen stood up for the Fourth Amendment in an appearance on The Colbert Report, as host Stephen Colbert revealed the real reason the NSA has a massive spying program.
The National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen looks back at “a darker side of the American psyche,” the 1919 raids that sparked a backlash from American citizens and the courts about civil liberties.
Several key U.S. senators are lobbying for treason charges against Edward Snowden, the former analyst who leaked information about government spy programs. So how rare and unusual would that be?