What aspect of technology poses a problem for the right to freedom from self-incrimination? (In the United States, this right is enshrined in the Bill of Rights by the Fifth Amendment clause “nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself.” Commonly described as the right to remain silent.)
A. Employers have too much control over their employee’s lives already, but technology will only give them greater control.
B. Technology moves so fast that prosecutors don’t necessarily understand what some people accused of crimes actually did.
C. Individuals do not deserve protection from self-incrimination.
D. Technology may eventually be able to measure reactions and learn a person’s secrets without the person saying anything.