Constitutional amendment to protect geo-privacy

Following my earlier note about a new program to implement RFID in our passports, perhaps it's time to start thinking about an actual constitutional amendment to protect privacy, including geo-privacy (the right to control our own locational information).

There's an interesting blog entry about this here. That way we could short-circuit all the debate over whether a right to privacy exists each time we get a Supreme Court nominee. A large majority of Americans are in favor of such a right after all.

1 comment:

atlanta roofer said...

Raining its Pouring... Find me a atlanta roofer Today.. If you are having problems with your roof. Look no more.. Visit us at http://rooferr.com and get the information aboutatlanta roofer.. If you cant find what you need go to http;/contractorr.com ..