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Why “checkpoints’ are a violation of our Fourth Amendment rights

Why “checkpoints’  are a violation of our Fourth Amendment rights

by Bruce Boyer                    Our rights as enumerated, spelled out, in our Bill of Rights, acknowledge and affirm our right to not be subject to “unreasonable searches.” This is a key component of our 4th Amendment. It is clear and of course repeatedly judicially affirmed that a ‘traffic stop” is a ‘search’ and an officer must […]

Oxnard School District (CA) overreaches on invasion of privacy, freedom of speech

Oxnard School District (CA) overreaches on invasion of privacy, freedom of speech

By George Miller “Students waive any right to privacy or confidentiality to material that was accessed, created, sent or stored using Oxnard School District technology or an Oxnard School District provided network account.” – from Oxnard School District 2013-14 Internet and Computer Use Policy- page 13 (there’s more, at the end of this article) The […]