When I kept up to date with the Kavanaugh confirmation, I didn’t even think he would lay a finger on this resolution. But low and behold, he did enter by means of the following math equation: “privacy violation = good thing.” We’ll examine the violation and its impact to the resolution in this brief.
In this OPP brief, author Thomas Sargent give some perspective on the Supreme Court Case application Utah v. Strieff.
This Negative case give the value of individual rights, arguing that Rights are essential to existence. And every society must have a viable governing body that protects their rights.
This download is the first Affirmative case for the Stoa 19 Season! The value for this case is justice. It argues truth-seeking gets justice and privacy NEVER gets justice and therefore truth-seeking is better at getting justice than privacy.
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