President Obama expected to protect privacy


A judge’s order will be also required for government searches of this information. The privacy and civil liberties are important for Americans and it seems to be the right time for a re-examination of post-September 11 security practices.
According to this anticipated declaration, some measures to extend privacy protections to non-US citizens are expected. After months of meetings with relevant  representatives and observing the civil society reactions after Snowden’s declarations, the expected decision of the American President will probably strike a midpoint. “It’s a fool’s errand to believe you can simultaneously satisfy civil-liberties groups and the intelligence community”, concluded about this subject a constitutional law professor at American University, Steve Vladeck. Lawmakers in both parties are divided and probably many aspects of this problem will remain controversial even in the future.


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