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2012 - The Year in Review - Law Enforcement and Privacy

By December 30, 2012

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On a very literal level, the TSA has been violating privacy for years now, humiliating people for the most random reasons from not liking kids in wheelchairs to looking for dates. A decade of apathy toward privacy in general has brought an entire country to just expect it in the course of daily living.

But while a TSA pat-down may or may not result in a wardrobe malfunction in public, the awkward moment will come and go. The real privacy concerns when it comes to law enforcement are best focused on how we use our social media to keep connected with friends and family, and how that information may be used against us.

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