Individual Privacy vs. National Security Essays

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Individual Privacy vs. National Security
Antonio Ewings
ENG 122 English Compositions 2
Instructor: Sarah McDonald
January 16, 2012

Individual Privacy vs. National Security
Individual privacy is basically the exposure of a person’s limitations to the open public. There are different perspectives in different scenarios on a person’s individual privacy. Every human has a right to their own privacy. Some people scream more than others on how much privacy they actually have. In a perfect world, privacy for every human would be fulfilled to their likings. The problem is we don’t live in a perfect world, only one that is full of hate, crime and violence. It is the nation’s job to keep our country safe and reduce the number of
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Our National Security has tightened massively in the past decade. The main reason has been because of terrorist acts. One of the most dramatic events happened September 11, 2001. Foreign terrorists hijacked a couple of our planes and crashed them into the twin towers. They were successful in killing thousands and mortifying our citizens and close families and friends for years and years to come. We would never know, but what if our country implemented the same security measures that we usew now? Would it have happened? Events like this is what forces our government to tighten our security even more. It is not to invade our privacy, it is too protect our nation. The increase in terrorism will always affect the National Security of any nation. Every incident causes our nation to find a solution so that, that very incident won’t happen again. With terrorism, our National Security always needs to get tighter. Without security terrorism would continue to rise and haunt our citizens. Terrorism could take our nation down if allowed. Our country is the greatest on board and our government should take every measure to protect the nation.
Security in itself is the protection of values within society (Zanotti 1/22/2009). No matter which way it goes, the government will always be held accountable for the security of our nation. With this pressure, there are antics and precautions that cause our