In your own words (1) what is the patriot act?
(2) what is your opinion of the patriot act?
(3) how does the advancement of various technologies impact the patriot act?
(4) should the government be allowed some constitutional leeway when our national security is at stake?
explain and provide one example of when you think it is okay to violate all or parts of the fourth
amendment or that you do not think it is ever okay to violate any of the fourth amendment justify your
stand. are there any special circumstances?
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if only its a bad cause, The government had a right to protect its own security and existence against "substantive evils"
Issue two: The government does not have the right to monitor our actions on the internet to keep the nation safe from terrorism. The internet is a free market, a public entity supplied by public cooperations and access given by ISPs. The government's jurisdiction does not give them permission to monitor the internet as it could possibly fall under a violation of the fourth amendment. The ISPs, social media networks, and any other cooperation has the right to monitor actions as it'd be written out and agreed by the user in their terms of service, the government should not have involvement, only their intervention is required when a report is filed.
Issue three: The government should be allowed to outlaw texting while driving since it is a hazard to personal safety and the safety of others. The roads in the United States of America are mostly public, and texting while driving impairs the user's ability to react to incoming situations, whilst taking their focus off the road. Similar to drinking while driving, it only becomes an issue when the safety of others aside from your self is put at risk. In which case, I do believe the government has the right to outlaw texting while driving to keep drivers safer on the road.
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