On Tuesday, March 28, 2000 11:27 PM Zero Powers email@example.com
> The courts have recognized (created) a right of privacy, but it is not an
> absolute right. It can be abridged to further a "compelling" state
But the laws have always diluted freedom. In fact, is there any right which
the courts have consistently upheld when there has been an argument about a
"compelling" state of societal interest?
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