Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Privacy Underwear

How ironic that underwear is now being used to protest invasions of privacy. If you're one of the people that is upset, as I certainly am, about appearing naked on the monitors of TSA officials while passing through airport security in the US, then this product might be for you.

4thamendmentwear offers various pieces of underwear with the fourth amendment to the US constitution imprinted in metallic ink for the viewing pleasure of the TSA officials.

I love this idea, instead of staring at some poor person's naked image, they get a stark reminder of that person's privacy rights that they're violating.

Of course, if somebody questions you as to why you're wearing that. You can remind them of that other amendment. The one that protects an individual's freedom of speech. You know the FIRST one.

Protect the FOURTH amendment by exercising the FIRST.

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