Does the Spread of Surveillance Technology Threaten Privacy?

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Does the Spread of Surveillance Technology Threaten Privacy?
Technological controversy: does the spread of surveillance technology threaten privacy? Is this acceptable? A look at what the scholarly literature and popular literature both have to say
Introduction
The topic this writer is going to discuss is the spread of surveillance technology and whether or not it threatens privacy. Some general information about the topic makes it plain to us that surveillance is an on-going issue in contemporary America: the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act requires that all phone calls. VoIP communications, and broadband internet traffic must be made available to federal law enforcement agencies for unimpeded real-time monitoring...
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.....ity requirement or an invasion of privacy?” Hospital security and safety management, 21.5(2000): 5-8.
Popular sources
Quittner, Joshua, & William Dowell. “Invasion of privacy.” Time, 25 Aug. 1997: 28-35.
Ray, Diana. “Big Brother is watching you.” Insight on the News, 17.27(2001): 18-19.
“Winnipeg schools getting surveillance cameras inside and out to improve safety.” The Canadian Press, 5 Apr. 2009: no page number provided. EBSCOHost. Newspaper Source Plus. University of Western Ontario Library, London, ON. 13 Jun. 2010 http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=n5h&AN=MYO139359966109&site=ehost-live
York, Tom. “Video surveillance provides measure of crime deterrence.” San Diego Business Journal, 27 Aug. 2007: 47.