> On Wed, Apr 18, 2001 at 08:39:01PM -0700, Spike Jones wrote:
> > Charlie Stross wrote:
> > > Even more interesting are the implications of the Bill of Rights (you
> > > didn't know the UK had one, did you?) which has an explicit right
> > > to privacy. ... -- Charlie
> > I did not know that, thanks! As far as I can tell, the U.S. constitution
> > doesn't guarantee privacy.
Actually, privacy is a 9th/10th amendment right. Just because it's not
mentioned in the Constitution doesn't mean we don't have it. The only
reason we would not have such a right is if the Constitution (or our
state Constitutions) said specifically that we didn't have it.
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