People who use Instagram don’t have the option to save pictures found on Instagram, but with help of savegram, they can which makes... ... middle of paper ... ...orbes Magazine, 27 Dec. 2013. Web. 12 May 2014. . Lee, Timothy. "Jailbreaking now legal under DMCA for smartphones, but not tablets."
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Alexander encourages the program stating that, “It is needed for domestic counterterrorism and that it was helpful in investigating the Boston Marathon bombings and the plots against U.S. diplomatic sites during the summer.”(“NSA chief defends U.S. spying”) The technology behind the NSA abilities to spy on unassuming Americans, the use of collected data and, the contribution of the PATRIOT Act, are all contributing factors to the effectiveness of the NSA in preventing terrorist attacks. According to the foremost authority on data mining Dr. Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro “If the NSA just has the metadata—who calls whom – that’s sufficient to determine the status of people,” “You don’t necessarily need the conversation if you have the network” (Piatetsky-Shapiro) In the past 20 years information technology has advanced more than ever in our history. This rapid increase has brought an... ... middle of paper ... ...stions will be asked as they should as to laws of the land. The technologies behind the many agencies such as the NSA and FBI that secure our borders both physical and virtual only become more important each year. As our country continues to promote democracy and support uprisings in countries around the world Works Cited Gilbert, F. (2013).
Is the American government trustworthy? Edward Joseph Snowden (2013) released to the United States press* selected information about the surveillance of ordinary citizens by the U.S.A.’s National Security Agency (N.S.A. ), and its interconnection to phone and social media companies. The motion picture Citizenfour (2014), shows the original taping of those revelations. Snowden said that some people do nothing about this tracking because they have nothing to hide.
Prior to Edward Snowden, many were unaware that the government was tracking their every click and navigation. Not to mention every call, text, posting, and email. In June 8th, 2013, Snowden publicly released information on a tool that the National Security Agency uses to collect information on its citizens (Gidda "Edward Snowden and the NSA files – timeline"). This information is supposedly supposed to foil the plot of future terrorists, but even high government officials doubt its actually use. Instead of using the mass collection of data, obtaining a court order or warrant would align better with the wishes of the constitution on which the country is based (Elliot "Is the NSA Really Preventing Terrorist Attacks?".)