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U.S. Government: Invasion of Privacy

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Nikki Walko

on 13 January 2016

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Transcript of U.S. Government: Invasion of Privacy

U.S. Congress
U.S. Senate
U.S. President
We the people
U.S. Government: Invasion of Privacy
By: Nicole Walko, Gillian Koch, Jane Landes
Social injustice is the unkindness of a society in its dissimilarities between casts and burdens and other incidental inequalities based on the user's worldview of humanity. Immorality is often used as a synonym for this, whereas it is more correct that this is one type of immorality.
"The National Security Agency (NSA) has a high-powered program that allegedly lets agents pore over personal emails, online chats and someone's Web browsing habits — all without a warrant," The Guardian newspaper reported Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Anyone in the US that has a computer, a phone, or has a connection to the internet.
All over the US
Social Injustice
Who has the power to change this?
What has been done to stop it?
Letter to Congress
News Report
What more can be done?
Congress could try to get a law passes
People could protest

1. Enact reform this Congress to Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act, the state secrets privilege, and the FISA Amendments Act to make clear that blanket surveillance of the Internet activity and phone records of any person residing in the U.S. is prohibited by law and that violations can be reviewed in adversarial proceedings before a public court;

2. Create a special committee to investigate, report, and reveal to the public the extent of this domestic spying. This committee should create specific recommendations for legal and regulatory reform to end unconstitutional surveillance;

3. Hold accountable those public officials who are found to be responsible for this unconstitutional surveillance.

"Obama said: “They’re not abusing authorities in order to listen to your private phone calls, or read your emails.” He did not mention that judges on the secret surveillance court have found NSA has repeatedly and “systematically” overstepped its bounds." theguardian

Obama gave a speech about how the government should stop storing information
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