Surveillance Of U.s. Citizens

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Ameer Lee 4/30/2015 1108 ENGL In this day and age it is very hard to be secretive or private about affair, whether it be business or the other sense of the word when two people come together as forbidden lovers, ask Bill Clinton. One often acquires a feeling of eeriness while alone or when the phone rings and no one is there. And that individual labels these incidents as paranoia or thinks nothing of it. But what if this isn’t coincidence? What if someone has tapped lines and to ensure it is working the phone rings. Remember that “Collect call from”, the government you received yesterday? Wake up people. Surveillance of U.S. Citizens is real. The NSA is videotaping, tapping the phone lines and watching us watching them. That…show more content…
This company is the juiciest part of the peach because everyone depends on them not only for valid information but proof, pictures, recordings you name it. As the website say “Our customers know they can count on us to provide what they need, when they need it, wherever they need it.” But what is that suppose to mean and why did they decide to use the word customers? Who are the industry partners and allies? Is the NSA only keeping surveillance on possible threats in the USA or are they watching U.S. citizens for entertainment or bigger purposes. If one was to really think about it it takes time to observe the environment to know for sure that something is wrong with it. It is just like looking into a camera and saying “there’s the bad guy”. Innocent U.S. citizens are being stoke and having their right for privacy violated. These are peoples lives. NSA was established on November 4, 1952, by President Harry Truman. At the time Truman was sworn in as the 33rd president of the U.S. after Roosevelt’s unforeseen death. In hopes to end WWII the NSA was established and helped win the war by breaking German and Japanese codes and encrypted messages. Ironically Truman died in 1972 when the CSS and NSA joined forces. Seemed to be all fine and well using surveillance for good and winning the war. The people were happy when their troops came home. Where the NSA systems down when Bush became president? 9/11 did happen but no one could predict or find information on this
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