WHY THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD NOT SPY ON US
All the countries establish in its political constitution and in its legislation, the duty of the government to look over the life of its citizens, protecting them from the risk: the internal threats (inside the proper country) and external (outside the country) That is why, it is admitted, and it is even required, that the government possess a structure of intelligence that resists the action of dangerous forces, however lately, it has been found that in order to get information that may be useful to protect citizens , the government itself reach private information from all its citizens as well. That is why this essay aims to point out the risks this action (spying) implies for all and aims to answer thereupon,” Why government should not spy on us.”
As it has been said before, all the countries expect its government to look over the citizen’s lives and security following rules and norms that are found in what is called the political constitution and legislation, It is admitted and even required that the government should possess a structure of intelligence that resists the action of forces like: Networks of common crime, conspiracies of international terrorist groups and Terrorist actions of rebellious groups in the interior of the country ( As ETA in the case of Spain, FARC in Latin America and extremist religious groups in middle est. ). The state have, then, safety organisms, which need between other elements of: Budget, Top technology, suitable professional training, logistic and communications to keep society safe. So far, until now, it might be reasonable to say that this scenario is juridical valid and socially viable: “Every good citizen wants to live in a country that guarantees safety in its streets, in its houses, in its privacy, and make part of a calm and entrusted community in the role of intelligence of its authorities”. Nevertheless, the reality differs substantially from the pretension, and...
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