Voting Has Ended
Privacy has been a hot topic in recent American history. From the passing of the PATRIOT Act, to Edward Snowden’s revelations of the US government spying on its citizens, there has been great debate. Supporters of the PATRIOT Act say it’s crucial for keeping America safe from terrorist attacks, while opponents believe it’s a violation of our privacy rights. Many court cases have been heard, from Riley v. California to Smith v. Maryland. Where do you fall on this issue? Should the government be able to collect your cell phone data without a warrant?