The 4th Amendment In The Fourth Amendment

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All counter-terrorism efforts potentially violate the 4th Amendment because First of all, I think that they violate the 4th amendment science It is proved that they kind of disrespect the privacy of others by making certain agreements with other people to get information from anywhere that people didn’t know that they were getting. Another reason that can prove that they violated the 4th Amendment is that before this program called PRISM came out the government would go and ask for permission to get any type of information but after this program came out It turned out that everything was a secret. Also basically everything about getting people’s information was a secret until one day a man called “Edward Snowden” came out with this point of privacy and he had to end up leaving the country and hiding because the government disagreed with his opinions for a reason. This letter will attempt to the 4th Amendment by proving how all counter-terrorism efforts potentially violated privacy. First of all, I think that they violate the 4th amendment science It is proved that they kind of disrespect the privacy of others by making certain agreements with other people to get information from anywhere that people didn’t know that they were getting. As it says on “Does the Fourth Amendment Protect Us? (Part-4)” “Is this the way that they want police and other people to go into their stuff because based on the 4th Amendment this meant that the police would have needed a
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