The U.S. Patriot Act was a bill adopted under the Bush administration that purportedly affords the government the tools required to surveil, investigate, and share information pertaining to national security without major judicial constraints. This allows the government, for instance, to monitor Internet usage and provides effective communication between different agencies of federal authorities (Olsen, 2001). Assistant Attorney General Michael Chertoff, while discussing the Patriot Act and its role in improving communication within the agencies said, ... ... middle of paper ... ...inson, B. JD. (2002) Panel discussion: The u.s. patriot act and the American response to terror: Can we protect civil liberties after september 11? American Criminal Law Review Issue 4, 39, 1501-1534.
Both businesses and the government need to work together to ensure the citizens receive the greatest protection in all issues, to include health and safety, defense, economics and environmental protection. The relationship between government and business is crucial and critical if American is to remain successful. Government will have to lay aside its bipar... ... middle of paper ... ...cles/cpr28n4-1.html Federal Trade Commission, (n.d.). Protecting America’s consumers. Retrieved from http:// www.ftc.gov/bcp/menus/consumer/data/idt.shtm Goodell, J.
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President Obama has realized the seriousness of the upcoming threats and turned the government focus more toward defending the information and communications infrastructure and In May 2009, he issued a request from top to bottom review of the current situation. The report titled the Cyberspace Policy Review includes strategy, policy, and standards regarding the security of and operations in cyberspace. According the white house’s cybersecurity foreign policy, the Cyberspace Policy Review highlighted two objectives and ten near-term actions to support the cybersecurity strategy. Objectives Improve the infrastructure resilience to cyber incidents Reduce the cyber threat Near Term Actions Appoint a cybersecurity policy official responsible for coordinating the Nation’s cybersecurity policies and activities. Prepare for the President’s approval an updated national strategy to secure the information and communications infrastructure.
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Despite improvements, the privacy of American citizens to these days is still being tested with the technology. The government must respect the privacy of their citizens, but only put limitations when they have probable causes. Works Cited The right of privacy . (n.d.). Retrieved from http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/rightofprivacy.html Cornell University Law School.
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