Americans once rebelled because king george iii

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Unformatted text preview: its borders” (NYTimes, October 27, 2013). 5. “The National Security Agency’s defenders argue that foreigners living outside the United States do not have constitutionally protected privacy rights. This argument is a distraction. The United States is a signatory to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which obliges it to respect the privacy rights of non- Americans as well as Americans. And whatever the constitutional rights of Berliners and Parisians, our surveillance policies should reDlect our values. Americans once rebelled because King George III authorized warrantless searches of their houses. Now an American military agency is carrying out the digital equivalent of such searches the world over” (NYTimes, October 24, 2013). 6. “...the curriculum that begins in the 11th year [of high...
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