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PostSat Jul 02, 2022 11:52 am 
Privacy
How The Idea Of Privacy Has Changed In The US
by Emilia Ruzicka and Stacker July 1, 2022, 2:37 pm

The Constitution includes 4,400 words, and not one of them is the word “privacy.” In an effort to contextualize the changes in American thinking about privacy in the digital age, Stacker investigated the way the idea of privacy has changed in the U.S. during the last two decades using a variety of news and government sources. The concept of privacy has been part of the American consciousness since the first steps of the colonial revolution. When the inhabitants of the 13 colonies first began organizing, they needed a way to communicate outside of the watchful eye of the British Royal Post. As a result, they began what would eventually be the foundation of the U.S. Postal Service on the principle that no mail carrier had the right to read the letters being sent, unlike the British Post.


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PostSat Jul 02, 2022 6:40 pm 
The right to privacy is the most basic of all rights. It is the right to live your own life and not be bothered by politicians, bureaucrats, priests, police, busybodies, and other plagues on freedom. I could say more but do not want to turn this into a political rant.

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