AFFIRMATIVE PRIVACY GENERAL 10
WE MUST NOT SACRIFICE PRIVACY FOR OTHER GAINS
PRIVACY IS A PARAMOUNT VALUE, AND MUST NOT BE SACRIFICED FOR INCREASED SECURITY
The Denver Post January 14, 2000 SECTION: DENVER & THE WEST; Pg. B-06 TITLE: EDITORIAL Don't sacrifice privacy // acs-EE2001
But privacy is a paramount value. As more people become involved in networks designed to share information, the more important it becomes not to sacrifice personal privacy in pursuit of public safety.
PRIVACY IS A COMPREHENSIVE RIGHT AND ONE MOST VALUED
Jennifer M. Granholm, attorney general of Michigan, The Detroit News March 8, 2000, SECTION: Editorial Page; Pg. 14 TITLE: Online privacy is worth state's protection // acs-VT2001
Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis observed that privacy is "the most comprehensive of rights and the right most valued by civilized men."