Privacy in America
Do we have privacy in America? For most Americans it is difficult to achieve anonymity because we have email addresses, utility bills, credit cards, loans, social media accounts, registered vehicles, public records … and all of these are attached to our identities. Some of the information that is collected is privatized but a lot of it is publicly available to most anyone. This a right given to us via The Freedom of Information Act, to obtain and view public information that is collected by our government. This in essence creates transparency to the judicial branch of our government and what information they collect, however it also allows Americans to do the same and lookup information on each other. Some may see this as good or bad but it is inevitable, especially after 9-11 where the US Government has a huge push to collect and monitor as much information on everyone as possible in the name of national security. So for now there are privacy laws that protect some of our information being shared publicly ( ie. Medical Records, SSN Records, Active Military Records, Juvenile Records and more ) but anything that is a public record is public domain. You can find most anyone’s public record here at SearchQuarry.com …. Get a 5 day trial for 3 bucks !