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Old 11-12-2012, 09:00 AM   #51
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Originally Posted by Cyberman tM View Post
There must be a limit as to how far the "law" can go to enforce the law.
Checking your ticket on a train is one thing. Checking the content of your personal device or luggage while in the public would be another.
Indeed. I'm a big fan of our 4th Amendment here in the US, along with the rest of our Bill of Rights.

But the post made it sound like it was not one thing and another, but a presumable and inevitable continuation of the same thing.
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