For this essay, you have a narrow topic that is both current and controversial.
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For this essay, you have a narrow topic that is both current and controversial. The issue of Internet privacy rights is a growing concern for many Americans. In your paper, you will assert your position on the topic. You are trying to persuade your reader to see the issue from your POSITION. Therefore, you need to choose a firm stance and develop an argument that supports your claim. You must develop logical, research-supported thesis points that reinforce your argument. Additionally, you should consider opposing viewpoints and provide a successful refutation to these oppositions.
The research question you will answer in your essay: Should the U.S. government have access to people’s digital information? Why or why not?
To approach this type of essay successfully, the writer must be well-informed and cautious before leaping boldly to assumptions. Essentially, you need to do some research first! For this essay, you MUST use at least TWO of the following sources. You may elect to use all three:
1. St. Martin’s Guide (pages 213-216) – Daniel J. Solove – “Why Privacy Matters Even if You Have ‘Nothing to Hide'”
2. U.S. News – Daniel J. Gallington – “The Case for Internet Surveillance”
3. The Library of Congress – “The USA Patriot Act: A Sketch”
You can use the information to support your own ideas, and/or you can examine the refutations offered within the selected texts. Regardless of how you use the sources, for each, you need to ensure you incorporate the following for each article:
2.one direct quote