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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Government Surveillance Sur-veil-lanceClose observation, especiallyof a suspected spy or criminal PROS and CONS to Government surveillance Pros Cons -Safety-Protection against terrorist attacks-Security -Loss of privacy-Feeling of beingspied on-Breaking US constitution Surprising information that might raise concernsabout true intentions. (User data from Google) Government has gained more and more control... Do you haveconcerns yet? 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 July-Dec 2009 Jan.-June 2010 July-Dec. 2010 Jan.-June 2011 July-Dec. 2011 Jan.-June 2012 0 125 250 375 500 625 750 875 1000 1125 1250 1375 1500 1625 1750 1875 2000 July-Dec. 2009 Jan.-June 2010 July-Dec. 2010 Jan.-June 2011 July-Dec. 2011 Jan.-June 2012 Government Requests to hand over user data Government requests from around the world to remove content from Google Services What do you want your future to look like? double click to change this header text! 19,212 "national security letters" oradministrative subpoenas that allow the FBI to collect information without a warrant, were issued last year that contained 38,832 requests for information. The FBI increased its electronic and physical surveillance, making 1,579 applications to wiretap and physically search individuals property last year, up from 1,376 the year before. In 2010, the FBI more than doubled the number of U.S. persons it surveilled with NSLs, requesting 24,287 NSLs on 14,212 people, up from 14,788 NSLs on 6,114 people the year before. NSL:allow the FBI to demand records related to a broad range of personal information, including financial records, a list of e-mail addresses with which a person has corresponded, and even the identity of a person who has posted anonymous speech on a political website, all without the permission or supervision of a court.
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