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Steve in Oakland
In our rush to fascism police agencies parse words to get around constitutional guarantees. A court in Fairbanks, Alaska, recently ruled that the American people have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding utility bills, therefore the police have no need for a search warrant.
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