Quote Originally Posted by Paschendale View Post
The decision in this case seems to largely support all sorts of surveillance at the government's discretion, even beyond what is allowed in the 4th amendment. Rather, the opinion in this case strikes down some of the methods the government used. You'll notice that the court at no point mentioned needing a warrant and probable cause to perform all these searches.

The 4th amendment is still just a fond memory.
reasonableness is the issue