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Sharing cells, open showers and masturbation: What privacy in prison is really like
Can female Correctional officers frisk search a male inmate? - Quora
Read more opinion on CNN. CNN Felicity Huffman's sentence of 14 days of prison time for participating in a college-admissions cheating scheme made international news. But the headlines about women prisoners we most need are about the degrading treatment of the nearly , women already in state and federal prisons, many of whose pleas for protection are being ignored. Sign up for CNN Opinion's new newsletter. Join us on Twitter and Facebook. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.
Despite all the protestations you hear from Big Tech, there is a simple privacy law that makes sense without destroying the tech industry. Let me explain, but first, for co Probably on occasion,as female guards are allowed to observe male prisoners showering or when using the toilet in their cells.
In addition to being inhumane, strip searches are expensive and waste a ton of taxpayer money. They are also disproportionately ineffective, according to research. A strip search has none of the nuance, ambivalence, and complexity we often have to grapple with in the context of modern-day MeToo allegations. But A strip search is a pretty cut-and-dry act:. One person with power over another is given legal authority to order the disempowered party to disrobe and display their genitalia.