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Privacy vs. Security

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Transcript of Privacy vs. Security

Privacy
Privacy vs. Security
By:
Cavanaugh Adams Brianne Broussard
Jarrett Fobbs
David Lauve
Connor Miller
Security
"Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."

- Ben Franklin
Privacy
noun.
freedom from unauthorized intrusion <one's right to privacy>
Security
noun.
the safety of state or organization against criminal activity such as terrorism, theft, or espionage.
Why should you care?
social media
phone calls
email
NSA Mission Statement
to protect U.S. national security systems and to produce foreign signals intelligence information.
What the NSA does
collect and analyze information and data
protection of the U.S. government communications and information systems.
Timeline of Events
June 6 - phone records
June 7 - Prism
June 8 - boundless informant
June 17 - foreign communications
June 20 - secret documents
Recently - spying
NSA Successes
50 terrorist events worldwide since Sept. 11, 2001, including a bombing of the New York stock exchange have been prevented
Bill of Rights
1st Amendment
4th Amendment
How are the amendments violated?
The Rubber Stamp Defense
FISA vs. Regular Courts
FISA Definition of "Relevant"
ACLU
Our Possible Actions
NSA
National Security Agency
Better method of electing FISA members
Our Possible Actions
Inform the public more
Our Possible Actions
The Government should abide by its own laws
Our Possible Actions
Only international surveillance
Our Possible Actions
What are some possible solutions?
Our Possible Actions
Take CMST 2064
Our Possible Actions
The senate should be involved
Our Possible Actions
Disclose some information
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