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The Surveillance State: Big Data, Freedom, and You

Paul Rosenzweig
The George Washington University Law School

The FBI locking horns with Apple over locked phones. The Patriot Act. Edward Snowden. 9/11. NSA phone surveillance. Drones. Julian Assange and Wikileaks. Speed cameras. The leaked Sony emails. Mass consumer credit card theft. The headlines of the 21st century are full of people, places, and events that all circle around the same basic themes: With these advances come new questions about privacy, security, civil liberties, and more. Should you sacrifice your privacy in exchange for your security? While this debate dates back to America’s Founding Fathers, the implications of modern technology have upped the ante to new extremes, raising a host of new concerns such as: Does “Big Data” save lives or ruin them? Should we have a right to be forgotten or a right to access information? Where do we draw the line?

Taught by Professor Rosenzweig, J.D., esteemed legal expert and professorial lecturer at The George Washington University School of Law, these 24 revealing lectures tackle the tough questions about surveillance and data in the 21st century. With Professor Rosenzweig’s guidance, you’ll scrutinize our system of oversight for intelligence agencies, and you’ll consider the ways in which the information that is collected impacts (or potentially impacts) our civil liberties. This is your reliable source for all the facts you need to make your own reasonable choices – and take a first step toward an empowered future.
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