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Rand Paul: "Third Party Records Should Get Fourth Amendment Protection" - O'Reilly Factor 6/11/2013

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Published on Jun 13, 2013

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) joined Bill O'Reilly tonight to discuss the government's PRISM program. Paul said the bigger question is whether or not your records are protected when you give them to a third party.

Based on court rulings from the 1970s, it may well be that when you give a company like Verizon your information, you don't have protection. "I disagree with those rulings and think we need to revisit them," Paul said.

He referenced a Supreme Court decision that said police can't tag a person's car with a GPS without probable cause or a warrant. In the case of phone records, the senator said it's similar "because your cell phone records can actually be used to trace your movement."

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