The Senate Could’ve Blocked the FBI From Accessing Your Web History Without a Warrant, But Didn’t – NBC
Searches on Google may reveal a person’s deepest secrets, their true loves and enemies, or even just their weekly meal planning.
And all that information and more may be available for inspection by the U.S. government — possibly even without a warrant.
A debate in the Senate this week provided a stark reminder that while the debate about internet privacy these days usually revolves around creepy advertisements and data collection by big tech companies, the country is still wrestling with how much authority to give federal prosecutors to spy on people’s everyday internet activity.
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