Is NH privacy amendment too vague?

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This November, New Hampshire voters will be asked to consider a constitutional amendment that could shape the future of government access to personal information, and it could do it in ways that are as profound, and unexpected, as the technologies government uses to collect such details. “The purpose of the amendment is to prevent the creation of dossiers on individuals who have done nothing illegal and are not accused of doing anything wrong,” he added. The amendment, one of two that will appear on the ballot, would add 19 words to the state constitution: “An individual’s right to live free from governmental intrusion in private or personal information is natural, essential, and inherent.”  Read the story at–20180812

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