“But Mr. Trump, with the power of the presidency and executive branch as a whole at his fingertips, has said little of how he intends to approach the authority he now wields over the country’s surveillance policies. As developing policing technologies continue to outpace laws restricting their use, and as Mr. Trump and top members of his administration like Attorney General Jeff Sessions take a hard line against illegal immigration, terrorism and crime, experts in constitutional law and civil liberties fear the lack of an accompanying conversation on privacy protections could contribute to the erosion of Fourth Amendment rights.
“The Fourth Amendment guarantees the ‘right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.'”
The full article by Kathryn Watson of CBS News may be found at http://cbsn.ws/2s1g8DB.