Clearspeak: Big Brother is watching you

— Stay tuned. The Supreme Court will hear an appeal of Judge Ginsburg’s decision this month.

Both those who agree and disagree with Ginsburg’s ruling see the case as having the potential to expand the parameters of what the police can do to enter our private lives without first seeking permission from a judge.

A link to the lives of Cazenovians is the digitized nature of the technology involved in the Jones case.

Many Cazenovians spend a lot of time online both working and playing.

The Supreme Court’s decision in Jones could further define the extent to which the virtual space we inhabit whenever we sit at our computers constitutes a public space open to Big Brother’s prying eye.

Barry Schreibman is a veteran attorney and long-time Cazenovia resident. His legal practice includes general civil litigation and criminal defense work, as well as land-use permitting. He can be reached at 655-5561 or bschreibman@live.com.

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