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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Steve Gibson
President Obama had another tough week in a second term already filled with bad news and blunders — and he's only 10 weeks in.
A San Francisco group that defends online free speech is taking on a Las Vegas company it says is shaking down news-sharing Internet users through more than 140 copyright infringement lawsuits filed this year.
"My kids asked me a couple of years ago why we never went on family vacations," wrote Steve Gibson. "I told them that we had to pay all of our expenses first and there wasn't any money left over for a family vacation. Then I keep seeing ... stories about the administration taking trips everywhere and I don't know what to think. I have been laid off twice in the past year and am currently in the job search mode again."