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May 2016 Archives

Is electronic surveillance an invasion of privacy?

While the Fourth Amendment protects your right to "unreasonable search and seizures" by the government, how it applies to technology and online privacy is a challenging and ongoing issue for debate. When the Fourth Amendment was put into place, those responsible could not have anticipated the technological advancements that would occur afterward or the various tools the government would have to monitor citizens. Many people believe that what they are doing online is private, but even with anonymous browsers, VPNs and blocking extensions, it's still possible for the government to track and monitor your activity or bring about charges related to any questionable behavior.

Three good reasons to fight DUI charges

Soon, residents throughout Southeast Pennsylvania will ring in the unofficial start of summer and gather with family and friends to celebrate Memorial Day. Often, people like to enjoy an alcoholic beverage or two at backyard barbeques and gatherings and many also drive home afterwards.

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