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lec06 - How do we deal with privacy in the internet age How...

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1 How do we deal with privacy in the internet age? How do we identify people on the internet? How do we maintain privacy of large digital databases? Where is privacy in the Constitution? Fourth Amendment No illegal searches and seizures Fifth Amendment No self-incrimination What were “old” ideas of privacy? Olmstead v. United States (1928) OK to wiretap without warrant Brandeis’s dissent argued that Right to privacy did exist Individuals must be protected against government intrusion Modern concept of privacy developed in 1960s Katz v. United States (1967) Upheld right to privacy Government must have warrant to wiretap
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