Government Surveillance: Effects and Concerns

by Nadia Uddin on June 11, 2013

With the recent leak of NSA documents, our curiosity was re-ignited about government surveillance and its effect on civil liberties. The level of concern varies on the individual. Tech communities are more curious as to how the NSA even obtains data from Google and the likes. Civil liberties advocates see a massive potential for abuse and incrimination without due process. And the quiet citizens are willing to compromise privacy if it means catching terrorists.

With all the vantage points, one thing is consistent: there is a valid concern. Review our research and decide whether your rights are worth defending in this battle.

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