|Written by Ann Shibler|
|Wednesday, 28 May 2008 10:30|
Well, the prints may not be so private in this age of technology, but they are still plenty personal. But this logic of Chertoff’s, perhaps prevarication is a better word, is leading somewhere. It allows the security czar to continue his quest for complete obliteration of the 4th Amendment, as he knowingly tries to confuse the public with games of semantics. If fingerprints are not personal data, then he and his cohorts won’t need pesky search warrants to collect your, by definition, now-public data.
July 7, 2008
Posted by Michael Difensore at 2:23 PM