Double Take 'Toons: 4th Amendment Fades Away? The Supreme Court has ruled that the collection of mouth-swab DNA samples from arrestees does not violate the Constitution. Randy Bish sees an inherent contradiction, while Signe Wilkinson fears a surveillance society made possible by the increasing use of biometric data.
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Double Take 'Toons: 4th Amendment Fades Away?

The Supreme Court has ruled that the collection of mouth-swab DNA samples from arrestees does not violate the Constitution. Randy Bish sees an inherent contradiction, while Signe Wilkinson fears a surveillance society made possible by the increasing use of biometric data.

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