Proposed Amendment


To The United States Constitution


The right of the People to be secure in their own bodies being an essential element of privacy, Congress shall make no law abridging any person's right to alter the workings of, remove pieces of or ingest substances into his or her own body. Nothing in this Amendment shall hinder lawmakers' control over behavior of an individual as it affects society or another individual.


By signing the form below, I am asserting that I want Congress to call a Constitutional Convention for the purpose of amending the United States Constitution. I understand that my name will be used for no other purpose than sending a message to my Congressperson, unless I indicate that I want to be informed about updates to this page or make public comments about the page.


You may wish to contact your Congressperson directly instead of filling out the form.


For information about the current status of the extent and limitation of privacy as it applies to the Internet, see Internet Privacy Law by Timothy J. Walton.


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I would like Congress to call a Constitutional Convention.

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Let me know if the proposed language is modified.


Timothy J. Walton is an attorney who has been exploring the law relevant to the Internet for more than three years. For the past two years he has maintained a Webpage devoted to Internet Privacy Law, which was featured in Internet World Magazine's "Best of 1996" issue. Cypherpunks, one of the best sources for information about computer privacy, links to the Privacy page. It was also the first Webpage added to Michael Babcock's Privacy Ring.



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