1.What is the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s mission statement?
2. Did the U.S. government violate the constitutional rights of U.S. citizens by ordering the NSA to
review consumer confidential privacy information?
3. Why is the Hepting v. AT&T case crucial to the long-term posture of how the U.S. government
can or cannot review consumer confidential information?
4. If Hepting v. AT&T results in “Big Brother” being allowed to eavesdrop and/or review the local
and toll telephone dialing and bills of individuals, will U.S. citizens and consumers have any
privacy rights left regarding use of communication technologies?
5. What are the legal implications of consumer privacy information being shared?
6. What are the ethical implications of consumer privacy information being shared?
7. What are the information systems security implications of consumer information being shared?
8. What law allowed a federal judge to dismiss Hepting v. AT&T and other lawsuits against
telecommunication service providers participating in the warrantless surveillance program
authorized by the president?
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