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by: Anna Lueth

9/10/15 SOC 105

Anna Lueth
GPA 3.0
Social Problems (GT-SS3)
Joshua Adam Sbicca

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Social Problems (GT-SS3)
Joshua Adam Sbicca
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Date Created: 09/11/15
91015 I The Surveillance State and Eroding Civil Liberties A Liberty vs Security 1 Public Opinion Shifts 2010 a No one really knew what was going Yeung Feeple Here Eeneermetl that Anti Terrier Pelieies Ge Tee Far in Restrieting Iivil Liberties at E l My 26313 Tee far Het tar Tee far Het far Ehanee reatr iet ing eneugh reatr iet ing eneugh in Him eiv libs te preterit eiv libs te preterit em like 5 5 5 5 Tetel 3x2 4 4 15 MEN 315 453 51 291 15 Wemen 2 3 49 4E 4D 13 1329 4D SE 543 29 2 III 3049 52 453 43 315 1 E SCI154 2 3 55 44 315 1 5 553 2e 513 33 42 Eellegegrad Eli M33 13 23 18 Eeme eellege 315 44 531 312 15 HE er less 322 SCI 42 42 10 PEl i i RESEARCH CENTER July 1F 21EID113D le ln on were not aware of government spying 91015 Civil Liberties Concerns in the Wake of 911 Across the Political Spectrum A Ron Paul Demanding domestic security in times of war invites carelessness in preserving civil liberties and the right of privacy Frequently the people are only too anxious for their freedoms to be sacrificed on the altar of authoritarianism thought to be necessary to remain safe and secure Nothing would please the terrorists more than if we willingly give up some of our cherished liberties while defending ourselves from their threat II The USA PATRIOT Act A Passing the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001 allowed the government to l Secretly search phone Internet and health financial and student records 2 Impriso n noncitizens wo cause 3 Investig ate any American for intelligence without causeairports B PATRIOT Act is a contradiction of the very wars we are fighting 1 Under Bush Doctrine USA has conducted military campaigns to liberate Afghans and Iraqis and bring democracy to the greater Middle East 2 Yet government actions have restricted civil liberties that are the foundation of the constitution and democracy III NSA Revelations All in One Chart 91015 BULK I CWTFWEIEHFASCLA I 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justified right B Little evidence suggests that domestic surveillance leads to thwarting terrorist attacks C Out of 227 Al Qaeda people or groups charged with terrorism in US since 911 just 17 of the cases were credited to NSA surveillance and one conviction came out of domestic spying on its own citizens 11 Obama 2007 vs Obama 2013 Al QAEDA 504461 till I I NO RECOGNIZED TERRO msr GROUP AFFlLlATlON 280000 WHO S ON THE WATCHUST TALIBAN 62294 Ai iiii m 1111 OTHER RECOGNIZED TE RRORlST GROUPS 92765 SILEEIWDEI 91015 A httpwaptinVcomdownloadqptZOMEwFXM III Secrecy Behind Who is a Terrorist A Almost half of the people on the US government s terrorist suspect database are not connected to any known terrorist group 91015 I State Secrets Invoked Regularly A Rule allows for President to exclude evidence from legal cases based on claim that the information might endanger national security B More recently been used to dismiss entire court cases II Wikileaks A Central to unearthing government and corporate secrets and elevating the issue of surveillance B State of Surveillance Julian Assange III Prosecution of Whistleblowers A Between 20052009 153 government officials or employees were prosecuted for leaking national security secrets 1 None were indicted B This led the Obama Administration to intensify its prosecution of whistleblowers IV Surveillance Industrial Complex A Information comes from Wikileaks and Omega Research Foundationl203 documents B Surveillance Industry Index 1 97 surveillance technologies in the database 2 338 companies that develop these technologies 3 Includes 36 countries around the world C Surveillance Companies 1 Sell to democratic and repressive regimes 2 Technologies keep up with NSA and GCHQ a Allow remotes access to a computer b Wiretap undersea cables as they arrive at landing stations allowing for the mass interception of communiations c Programs to monitor and map social networks that store all communications sent and received on the social network D In uence of Surveillance Companies 1 Culture of impunity a Many of the companies are based in democracies but sell to repressive regimes b Home countries do not regulate the industry C Con ict of interest given that the intelligence agencies in democracies use same technologies often bought from the same companies


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