Some resources you might find useful as you write your security vs. privacy papers...

Here's the statement we argued during our in-class debate:

The US government should be given wide latitude to use electronic surveillance in the interests of national security, even if that means citizens’ privacy is not always respected.

And here are the notes that our notetakers took during that debate. (You should be able to view that Google Doc if you have a Vanderbilt student email.)

And several resources relevant to our discussion of Little Brother earlier in the semester, including a photo of the debate map we constructed.

And, finally, just in case it's helpful, your takeaways from the course, from our last class session: