Technology Invading Your Privacy : An Invasion Of Personal Privacy

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Technology Invading Your Privacy As the world becomes more connected to each other, personnel privacy rights are being stifled due to the need for free flowing information. Closed Caption Television Systems (CCTV) is an invasion of personal privacy. The criteria that are used to measure invasion of privacy are constitutional rights, probable cause collection rights, consent of tracking rights, and storage or destruction of all materials collected from the CCTV system. Probable cause is the legal term for having reasonable ground to make a search. The United States of Americas judicial system does not have the right to stop anyone, at any time, and for any reason, since they have to have a reasonable ground to do these actions. When a member of society is in their dwelling that member is protected under the probable cause clause. The American Bar Association (ABA) has a level of requirements for receiving a search warrant of a dwelling and they are “probable cause and reasonable suspicions” (Taslitz 845). Law enforcement has to have a reasonable suspicion and probable cause to obtain a search warrant. When a member of society is at the bank, store, or at a traffic light with a CCTV camera that is controlled by a third party person the police can retain that video without a search warrant. In Cyber Surveillance Without Restraint, Andrew E Taslitz, brings up these concerns about probable cause and the government use of the third party clause (840). Taslitz proposed a

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