The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board
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Privacy, Surveillance and National Security on the Internet. In the past, debates over Fourth Amendment protections against government intrusions onprivacy have largely occurred in the context of criminal law enforcement and the government's need toobtain information to identify and convict criminals.
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Will the increased points of connection between government and private parties in building theInternet in fact result in a new -- and more restricted -- definition of what information concernsgovernment activities and, therefore, is subject to disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act?
CPSR - Privacy & Civil Liberties
The Internet mandates a newunderstanding of national security interests as not being opposed to civil liberties but in manycases served by civil liberties protections.
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Following are some specific problems regarding the Internet, national security, and civilliberties that merit extensive discussion and require further study.
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And as much as the national securityapparatus has pointed to the tangible dangers of networking criminals, drug dealers, and terroriststogether, this same connective power also promotes civil liberties and democratic principles.
EPIC - Online Guide to Privacy Resources
The Internet has become a powerful tool for expression. It gives individuals the potential to send messages worldwide, and opens up new avenues for debate and dialogue. The Internet does not respect national boundaries; attempts to regulate content online, by governments, corporations or individuals, are fraught with challenges.
CCLA believes that the Internet is a vital part of a modern democracy and its commitment to free expression. The anonymity that the Internet can provide can also allow marginalized or traditionally silenced groups and individuals a chance to be heard. The legal regulation of the Internet is a modern challenge and CCLA is watching closely to ensure freedom of expression and personal privacy are preserved as this area continues to develop.