Do you think your emails are private?
I have always known that anything posted through the internet is not "private"
I do think that ifan agncy is pursueing an invstigatin,t should have to go through the proper channels and obtain a warrant.
I believe they should need a warrant to violate citizen's privacy, but I guess that whole 4th amendment thing isn't worth defending.
The documents, which were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request by the American Civil Liberties Union, reveal that tax department agents have been operating under the assumption that they can bypass warrants. The ACLU claims this would in turn violate the Fourth Amendment.
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