It all began with a Bloomberg article. Although the CFPB spying on the financial habits of at least 10 million consumers seems to be a far cry from NSA's spying on the telephone calls, emails, snail mails, website usage, and many other communication media used by hundreds of millions of US citizens, the timing of the Bloomberg article comes at, shall we say, a rather sensitive time - given its publication just shortly prior to the recent revelations regarding the NSA's rather unique way of interpreting the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution regarding search and seizure.
IN THIS ARTICLE
-Probable Cause Conundrum
-Justifying Spying: NSA and CFPB – Two Peas in a Pod
-Congress Takes Notice
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Topics: CFPB, Fourth Amendment, NSA, Right to Privacy, Warrantless Searches
Published In: Constitutional Law Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Criminal Law Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates
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