The Fourth Amendment: Citizen's Privacy

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The Fourth Amendment also provides citizens with privacy. One way it does this by not having the NSA listen to citizens’ phone calls. (4.4)This allows people the privacy of having their own private conversations; it gives them their right of privacy. Similarly, the NSA does not read citizen’s emails. (4.4) Again, this allows people the privacy of having their own private conversations. To further support this, information that is collected is used to protect the Nation from "threats.” (2.1)Since this information is used to protect the Nation from “threats,” not to intrude on everyday citizen’s privacy, it is not an invasion of their right to privacy. Correspondingly, part of protecting citizen’s privacy is requiring a probable cause for

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