In NSA-Intercepted Data, Those Not Targeted Far Outnumber the Foreigners Who Are Edward Snowden: NSA Too Busy Spying on Americans to Catch Terrorists.
After reading these articles, reflect on the impact NSA surveillance has on privacy and freedom. Is the loss of privacy worth the price of protection against terrorist attacks? In response to your peersâ€™ posts, comment on the ethical implications of monitoring. Consider that NSA is forwarding data to local law enforcement and asking law enforcement to recreate the investigation as reported in the following article: Exclusive: U.S. Directs Agents to Cover Up Program Used to Investigate American.Could individuals lose their right to a due process? Should individuals lose their right to a due process? Does the end justify the means? Considering that the goal of terrorism is to create fear, is losing our rights and privacy a win for terrorism?