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April 11, 2012


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I'm on the fence. I know cases where students posting on Facebook were suspended for up to a week for issuing their opinion about a school issue online. Per the ACLU, the laws in that case are really shady, and I feel it does infringe on the student's right to free speech. If a post or email even hints of planned or intended acts of terrorism, I do feel NSA has the right to that information. For email or posts that simply state a person's disgruntled attitude with the economy or world around them, not so much. -- Sarah

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Consumer Watchdog has also been suspicious of Google and the NSA, writing: "The search giant has a legitimate need to cooperate with the government’s mammoth and secretive code breaking agency in its efforts to defend the integrity of US computer networks.

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legal power to force Google to hand over the private information of its users. How Google executives handle this potentially conflicted relationship is largely unknown: neither Google nor the NSA are talking."

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The statement clearly says that for people to know about the relationship between the two it would risk activity by NSA which is right because if users knew they wouldn’t use Google.

It’s clear this ruling was pandering to political pressure but lets see how Google users feel when they find out about they are monitored by NSA and Google.

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