Korn + New Video = Privacy Alert as Supreme Court Hears Landmark Case Tomorrow
The below quote regarding the new Korn video really caught my attention as the Supreme Court will decide on Tuesday if the cops need warrants to search the cellphones of anyone they arrest. The two cases they will hear involve a drug dealer and a gang banger. The erosion of privacy and individual liberties is advancing faster than the understanding of technology's application, it seems.
These days I'm not sure many Americans can trust the Supreme Court as far as they can bounce them. Earlier this year they decided to basically scrap any form of checks and balances on what people can give to political campaigns. Then they decided that racism in America is a thing of the past and is basically over as the majority of judges ruled to all but discontiune affirmative action policies. All you have to do is listen to the idiocy of the Clippers owner over the weekend to know they're way off on that one, too. Heaven knows what the judges will decide after hearing the cases tomorrow.
We are all so caught up in watching crazy media on the internet and TV that we are manipulated into ignoring that our privacy has all but disappeared," Korn's Jonathan Davis says.