What so many opponents of the Affordable Care Act find offensive is the idea that you have to do something because the government tells you that you have to when freedom to so many Americans has traditionally been understood to mean being left to our own devices.
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The Supreme Court’s decision this week in U.S. v. Jones is the most important privacy development of the Roberts era.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider the rights of a New Jersey man whose drive home with his four-year-old son and pregnant wife ended in an invasive strip search at the jailhouse and seven days behind bars. The plaintiff in this case, Albert W. Florence, tells the story of his wrongful arrest and subsequent treatment in his own words.
Just how private are the contents of your cellphone?
From the time the government began using full-body imaging four years ago, there have been strong protests that the technology invades personal privacy.