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The nothing-to-hide argument The all-or-nothing fallacy The danger of deference Why privacy isn't merely an individual right The pendulum argument The national-security argument The problem with dissolving the crime-espionage distinction The war-powers argument and the rule of law The Fourth Amendment and the secrecy paradigm The third party doctrine and digital dossiers The failure of looking for a reasonable expectation of privacy The suspicionless-searches argument Should we keep the exclusionary rule? The first amendment as criminal procedure Will repealing the Patriot Act restore our privacy? The law-and-technology problem and the leave-it-to-the-legislature argument Video surveillance and the no-privacy-in-public argument Should the government engage in data mining? The Luddite argument, the Titanic phenomenon, and the fix-a-problem strategy Conclusion.
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