CONSTITUTIONALITY AND LEGALITY OF NSA SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM
Air Command And Staff College Maxwell Air Force Base United States
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When the Bill of Rights was crafted by our Founding Fathers, they felt impelled to include the Fourth Amendment to protect American citizens from unreasonable search and seizures unless probable cause was justified and a warrant issued. As politics, public opinion and technology evolved over the next two hundred years, the interpretation of the Fourth Amendment has also evolved and been continuously debated by Americans and all three branches of the government. Recently, the top-secret surveillance programs of the National Security Agency NSA has again brought the constitutional protections of the Fourth Amendment to the forefront of national debate.
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