The USA PARTIOT ACT “PATRIOT ACT” is an act of the US congress that was signed into law by President George W. Bush on October 16th, 2001. The act is a ten letter word that stands for Uniting (and) Strengthening America (by) Providing Appropriated Tools Required (to) Intercept (and) Obstruct Terrorisms Act of 2001. This act also response to the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001. To reduce restriction in law enforcement agencies gathering intelligence with the United States. On May 26th, 2011 President Brack Obama used an autopen to sign a four year extension of three key provisions in the USA Patriot Act while he was in France. Congress shortly pass the Patriot Act after 2001. When terrorists attack USA by high-jacking four planes. They flew two of them into the World Trade Center towers in New York and another in to the Pentagon in Washington. The fourth plane crashed in Pennsylvania before it reached its target in Washington
The USA Patriot Act created controversy between controversy between supporters of the individual-rights perspective and the public-order advocates. Individual-rights advocate is one who seek to protect personal freedoms within the process of criminal justice. Public-order is one who seek believe that under certain circumstance involving a crime threat to public safety, the interest of sociality should take precedence over individual rights. The USA PATRIOT Act has been very controversial to Americans, simply for the fact that many believe this act invades many individual rights that we hold as American citizen. This section of the patriot act aims to protect the civil rights and civil liberties of all ethnic groups in America.
I believe this section of the PATRIOT act derived from the disappearance of Mohamad Salman Hamdani. Patriot Act affects foreign travelers more than anyone, as it denies due process to a foreign visitor. This is unconstitutional as the American Government is supposed to grant due process to everyone. Law enforcement agencies must still obtain a warrant to conduct surveillance but probable cause is more lenient than in the past. Many people believe individual rights should be sacrificed for public safety but that is a dangerous move as if government is not forced to abide by the policies and procedures set by the constitution then government can become corrupt. Individual rights will trump public safety but you can still maintain a peaceful society without denying individuals their rights guaranteed under the constitution.
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