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Triumph of Privacy
One of the most important additions to the United States Constitution is the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights contains our fundamental civil liberties, which guarantees citizens individual rights against intrusions by both the federal and state government. The perception that human beings have inalienable rights and liberties that cannot be violated is not new. Philosophers like Socrates and Locke all preached about the importance of individual rights. This belief still holds much truth in our society today. However, in an age of rapidly increasing modernization, the advancement of technology has begun to pose threats to our civil liberties.
The Fourth Amendment guarantees that "the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated" (U.S. Constitution). Therefore, one's home is considered sacred personal space and the government cannot enter it without a warrant. However, new technology employed by police has made it possible to search a home without ever physically going into it. …
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