Total is three discussion. Need it by Sunday, April 19, 2020, 11:59 PM.
first, watch this video: https://www.ted.com/talks/glenn_greenwald_why_priv…
then answer this question: According to Glennwald, what happens to our behaviour, our behaviour options and our actions when we are being watched? (at least 200 words)
second, read this article : https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2020/04/cov…
then answer this question: What is the real danger of surveillance measures taken by a government or corporation in the wake of a crisis?
third, answer this question in your opinion.
question: During this COVID-19 pandemic, there have been multiple cases of the United States (and many other countries) using surveillance and infringing on the privacy of citizens for the sake of preventing the further spread of the COVID-19 virus. For example, cell phone towers were used to track spring breakers leaving Florida. China, South Korea and Singapore have come under fire from activists who say that the surveillance gathered now can be used in the future to curb political dissent. In the United States, this surveillance violates a core right in The First Amendment: The freedom to assemble and protest. Where is the line for you on privacy and surveillance? Is it okay for the public health of society? What about privacy and surveillance on children? What about political dissenters? Explain your position.