read and independently research an Article, Amendment, or Section of the U.S. Constitution of your choice. Consider how, as the supreme law of the land, it may have influenced or framed one of the laws or regulations that was discussed in the text and lectures. If at first you do not see how, for example, the Constitutional mandate about voting age relates to information security or privacy, think more critically. Did we discuss the various ages that the law views a “child” as? Every law, by definition, relates back to the U.S. Constitution in one manner. Countless civil and criminal lawsuits—car wrecks, contract issues in business, any crime, etc.—contain arguments that touch on the Constitution, even when the issue at bar seems far afield. It is because of that omnipresent and important function of the U.S. Constitution that this exercise will help you understand the entire course in its light.