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Bill: Privacy Rights Act


Submitted by[?]: Social Democratic Party

Status[?]: defeated

Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Voting deadline: May 2468


The government is a dangerous monster, and if it is allowed to monitor individuals without restriction, who knows what else it will do? The government should be restricted to only be allowed to monitor individuals when a court permits it



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date02:01:06, October 08, 2007 CET
FromJewish-Christian Alliance of Patriots
ToDebating the Privacy Rights Act

Date13:38:14, October 08, 2007 CET
FromConservative Party
ToDebating the Privacy Rights Act
MessageYes, the government is a dangerous monster. Yet, your party is willing to enlarege more and more.


Date15:16:17, October 08, 2007 CET
FromNeoliberal Party
ToDebating the Privacy Rights Act
MessageSafety first. Opposed.

Date01:50:43, October 09, 2007 CET
FromJewish-Christian Alliance of Patriots
ToDebating the Privacy Rights Act
MessageIts always funny that the people who yell the most about civil liberties are the ones who want the government to control my health.

Date05:03:09, October 09, 2007 CET
FromSocial Democratic Party
ToDebating the Privacy Rights Act
MessageThat's an entirely different issue.

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