Threats to consumer privacy are many, and varied. Some threats come from corporate entities such as data aggregators and social networking sites; while others come from panoptics government surveillance systems such as Secure Flight. Not only can the data be compromised, but consumers may be adversely affected by incorrect information in their files. The time may be right to explicitly protect privacy via a constitutional amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Reasons Why We Should Amend the Constitution to Protect Privacy,
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