Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

Sep 7th, 2015
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Have advances in modern technology expanded or contracted citizens' conceptions of what privacy they actually enjoy? Is it still reasonable to assume that conversations on cell phones remain private?  What about e-mail messages and texts?  Is anything that you do or write on a social networking site such as Facebook actually private?

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