6 Things That Are Legal Now But Probably Won’t Be in 25 Years

As the United States continues to adjust to the new administration, new rules and regulations continue to change the climate of our culture and politics. As new laws and expectations are being put into place, affecting every citizen, it’s fair and reasonable to wonder what is legal now that probably won’t be in another 25 years. These thoughts aren’t so extreme, as the production, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages was once prohibited between 1920 and 1933 and is now celebrated across the world. There are also a number of things that no one knows are in fact illegal because they seem so innocent, so the future laws might not seem as crazy.

First, anyone can operate a drone, but in 25 years, it’ll be illegal to operate without a license. Drones have already proven to be an intrusion of privacy so it’s only a matter of time before the government gets involved in their use. Also, fake online accounts will eventually be outlawed. Many social media platforms already indicate that your online profile information must be real and true, otherwise it will be deleted, but many fake accounts still exist. The MTV show, “Catfish: The TV Show” reveals the truths and lies about online dating and fake accounts.

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Greece is a small and picturesque country, occupying an Alabama-sized 50,000 square miles of mountainous terrain replete with thousands of islands, age-old ruins, and the longest coastline along the Mediterranean Sea. It is home to many ancient traditions that span centuries, like the theatrical art forms of drama, tragedy, and satire that were born there to honor Dionysus, the Greek god of wine, fertility, madness, and ecstasy. Greece is also also the birthplace of direct democracy, a form of government which continues to this day.

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