Spy On Me, I'd Rather Be Safe
1/9/2014 - An
- The NSA collects data on billions of phone calls and internet communications per day. Are these surveillance programs legal? Do they keep us safe? What tradeoffs are we willing to make between security and privacy? As Benjamin Franklin might have asked, "Are we giving up essential liberty to purchase temporary safety, and thus deserving of neither?" The debaters are Stewart Baker, David Cole, Richard Falkenrath, and Michael German.