The bill of rights that entails policies in the American constitution comprises of laws that will affect the generation to come in United States. The bill of rights passed in 1789 aimed at imposing fairness and equality among publics. The laws will in the long run create a logical religious balance initiative that empowers the society and encourage tolerance among citizens in various religious groups and over protection on individual rights. The laws govern information dissemination eventually through emerging communication social networks that become significant as the world becomes a global village. Information technology has created a compressive mechanism which will enable authorities and social network developers monitor negative use or abuse of information and take essential action. The court through the legal parliamentary amendment committee can envisage frameworks that will ensure the social networks rights and users are protected e.g. information download and usage. The bill also creates a balance to ratify the future generations to avoid irresponsive use of social resources in a mindless consumerism of humanity. The laws stated in the constitution enabled the American Supreme Court to instigate jurisdiction and monitor the general welfare of all citizens and create institutions that attract public confidence. The institutions will be highly sensitive to protect the rights of individuals in a sensible and fiscal disciplined environment with honest persons who command authority and decency through abiding to the rule of law.
In the 21st century, the citizens require laws which will create a pathway for equality and freedom on day-to-day bases of life. The dignity brought about by the bill of rights has highly influenced privacies subjected on leniency and well being of the society with clarity of legal provisions that protects humanity. The United States bill of rights captures the human freedom of speech, privacy and criminal justice in the constitution. The people today understand their rights far much more than in the past years.
2.0. Freedom of speech
The Human concept to living a coherent life and being a legal abiding citizen has envisaged the creation of laws that make a person legible to a free society. Since the history on the American and French revolutions in the 18th century where people fought for democracy and equality, the concept of freedom has gradually emerged. It is vital to note that freedom of speech to all citizens is an inalienable right. It allows free communication of ideas and individualistic opinions and all persons are entitled to write, speak and publish freely. However, the individual will be liable to punishment in case of abuse of information and freedom accordingly and shall at all times be defined by law. Every person is free to disseminate information and seek ideas and impart willingly. Today international standards are set by various nations to allow all people regardless of origin to share equitably on legal rights and communicate.
There is no clear original intent on the provision of freedom of speech, but there are collective amendments of the US constitution that were introduced by the fourth president of the US, James Madison in 1789 and he made amendment in 1795 on the ramification process. The intent of the bill of rights was protecting the natural rights of liberty including property as well as freedom of religion and speech.
The freedom of speech should be the ability of a human being to speak freely without fear and censorship and whereby he expresses his own feelings in acting on, seeking, receiving or imparting information. The individual also has a choice to use any medium to pass information to the target audience. However, the bill of rights has its consequences to legally punish those who break the law by involving radiantly on hate speech. Freedom of speech recognizes human rights as the right to hold opinions without interferences and courage under human rights law in America. An individual on freedom of speech however, has the conflicts with the values or rights.
3.0. Freedom of worship
Freedom of worship is a principle that aims at supporting individuals and communities to manifest on religion and beliefs as well as teaching their professed beliefs and worship. The choice to make religious decisions is based on individual understanding. (E.g. not to follow any religion).The bill gives individuals authority to decide on continuation of or discontinue with membership in a chosen religious group. The policy creates a significant part of religious freedom.
Today in the society, religious views and freedom can be felt as fundamental human rights persistently on the Universal declaration of human rights. According to Jefferson, people have the right to worship the creator, whereby he stated that among the inestimable of our blessings, there is also the liberty to worship our creator in the way we think is most agreeable to his will (Jefferson, 1898).
Freedom of worship has some practicalities on religious activities by individuals as it tolerates diversity of theological believes and systems which create a base of freedom for people to act. The freedom of worship has crossed boundaries while many nations globally share different tales on religious growth and people empowerment in the spiritual instinct. However, the nations differ on legal practices such as repressive social legislations and political disenfranchisement.
4.0. Right to Privacy
According to Eugene Huckock, the general law of the land hears before it condemns. It also proceeds upon inquiry and it always renders judgment only after trial (Huckock, 1991). This involves boundaries and directives on what should be considered private among individuals, cultures and publics relevant to shared common themes. There are also anonymities related to privacy such as individuals wishing to remain unnoticed in various public realms which is their rights. Privacy is being self inherent with special personalities sensitive for publicity.
Privacy of information discloses the appropriate use and protection of information. In the world today, advancement brought about by information technology has made it easier for administration or effectively and efficiently information management. However, government has a right to invade privacy through critical investigation e.g. taxation laws insist that persons must share information on personal income and earnings. The individual privacy may be voluntarily based on individual perceived benefits on disclosure. However, there are specific dangers and losses and this has to be strategically entailed. This means privacy can be voluntary sacrifice; at a typecast position information must be protected to avoid identity and information theft. Language can also be a hindrance at times on privacy issues where an individual may require a third party for interpretation purposes.
5.0. Criminal rights
Too many criminal systems can be intimidating and the offenders have got rights as other human beings. On criminal cases, the bill requires indictment by the grand jury composed of members of the state or judicial. The bill of rights aims at guaranteeing speedy public trials through an impartial jury composed of members of the state or judicial districts in which the crime occurred. The provision also prohibits double jeopardy.
According to Salvatore Zappala, a criminal is entitled to have legal assistance as justice requires this even if he does not have sufficient means to pay for it (Zappala, 2003). He also states that when one is arrested, he or she shall be informed at the time of arrest the reasons for his arrest and shall be promptly informed of any charges against him. The defendant has the right to information on the charges accused and it is the duty of the government to provide legal entities that are fair to all human beings. The rights of criminal defendants and all individuals have got constitutional rights.
6.0. The court
The American Supreme Court has the integrity to safeguard the integrity and constitutional rights of all its citizens. The court on political matters overturns the spending limits on information and quality of political speech. The court assures people involved in certain matters are mature and not minors so as to create a relay for effectiveness on provisions.
The states congress should make laws in clarity of people needs whereby the majority always rules. It should not establish or enact laws on religion that prohibits the free exercise thereof; or bridging freedom of citizens. Individual members must also be knowledgeable on their rights and the legal principle that have to be undertaken in order to address their issues and rights. It is also necessary to understand freedom of the press and the lobbying or petition of the government on redressing grievances.