Analog Equivalent Privacy Rights (17/21): The Previous Inviolability of Diaries

For our analog parents, a diary or a personal letter could rarely be touched by authorities, not even by law enforcement searching for evidence of a crime. Objects such as these had protection over and above the constitutional privacy safeguards. For our digital children, however, the equivalent diaries and letters aren’t even considered worthy of … Continue reading Analog Equivalent Privacy Rights (17/21): The Previous Inviolability of Diaries