Section 603 problems:
Privacy Advocates To Senate Cyber Security Bill – Security or surveillance?
The next article isn’t directly about the topic:
The reason for including it is the analytical framework idea again. It would seem to me that the distinction at the end of the second paragraph could be used for a case framework – that the state should be the embodiment of citizens’ rights and not a predator on those rights. Open your 1AC with that, and you immediately establish your position while pre-emptively painting any defense of surveillance that the Neg might offer in a very unattractive light. Replying with that phrase again throughout the round – that the Neg positions indicate that they believe the state should be a predator on citizens’ rights – should have a lasting effect on the judge’s perceptions.