As the Court observed in Katz, “what a person knowingly exposes to the public is not a subject of Fourth Amendment protection.”
The fact that she has gotten away with it owes to her relative obscurity and her protection from religious conservatives.
“For testing to work as protection you really need to have the industry organized,” he says.
I'm scared for all my girlfriends out here who are hooked on dope and living in abandoned houses with no protection.
CISPA, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and protection Act, passed the House of Representatives yesterday.
But protection might be extended in different forms to different interests.
But the friends of protection did not leave the Premier without opposition.
These men had, undoubtedly, the right to claim such a protection.
I want you, moreover, to advocate our American doctrine of protection.
And yet the death-roll mounted and strength was no protection.
mid-14c., "shelter, defense; keeping, guardianship;" late 14c. as "that which protects," from Old French proteccion "protection, shield" (12c.) and directly from Late Latin protectionem (nominative protectio) "a covering over," noun of action from past participle stem of protegere "protect, cover in front," from pro- "in front" + tegere "to cover" (see stegosaurus).
A common Old English word for "protect" was beorgan. International economic sense is from 1789. In gangster sense, "freedom from molestation in exchange for money," it is attested from 1860. Ecological sense of "attempted preservation by laws" is from 1880 (originally of wild birds in Britain). Also in medieval England, "the protection or maintenance of a lord or patron; sponsorship." To put (someone) out of protection meant to deprive him or her of the security of the protection of the kingdom's laws.