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"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated..."

- the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

Encryption is technology that encodes computer files and communications so their owner can control who reads them. Access to encrypted files and communications requires a key, much like a bank card PIN number provides computerized access to a bank account. These technologies are critical to protecting privacy and promoting electronic commerce in our Information Age society. But your rights are at risk.

Right now the FBI is asking Congress for the right to view the encrypted computer files of consumers, businesses, institutions, and even governments- without the owner's knowledge.

Constitutional Resources

The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution protects the privacy of all Americans from unreasonable intrusions. Today, many Americans face what may be the greatest threat to our right to privacy since our founding fathers guaranteed it more than 200 years ago in the form of requirements to disclose the keys to your electronic communication.

Browse the resources below, provided by Americans for Computer Privacy, that detail your Constitutionally-protected right to privacy in the Information Age.

Testimony Before Congress

Richard A. Epstein, University of Chicago Law School/ACP Legal Counsel
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Kathleen M. Sullivan, Stanford Law School/ACP Legal Counsel
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James J. Fotis, Law Enforcement Alliance of America (on behalf of ACP)
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