Re: To AC "7 years": A well thought out answer
"Actually and accurately, contrary to popular opinion, the American Constitution does NOT guarantee an absolute right to privacy"
But the Constitution (minus amendments) seems to be written under the assumption that there is such a right and that we are better off being left alone by the government. Also, the Supreme Court in Roe vs. Wade found that there is a right to privacy in the Due Process clause of the 14th amendment. So, actually and accurately, we do have a right to privacy.