Letter: Right to privacy, but not online?

Presently there is much discussion on social media about the new abortion law in Texas.

One theme is that in Roe vs. Wade the Supreme Court held there was a right to privacy inherent in the 14th Amendment, therefore the states were limited, under the Constitution, as to which restrictions they could place on abortions.

But … if there really is a right to privacy then how are Facebook, Google, and others allowed to use cookies to gather all kinds of private information about our comments on social media?

— EJ Donmoyer, Paradise

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