Stop Unreasonable Electronic Searches and Seizures

Congress has been vigorously debating the Bill of Rights over the past few months, primarily the right to bear arms and its relevance to 21st century America. But in all the discussion on the Second Amendment, the Fourth Amendment, which protects against unreasonable search and seizures, has dropped relatively out of sight. Earlier this month, however, Americans discovered how little privacy they have in their electronic communications.