Surveillance is just another word for spying. When it comes to tracking known suspects in the fight against global terrorism, we condone it. But when that net of surveillance is extended to ordinary citizens in the name of public safety, how far do we allow ourselves to be watched? And, is it still legal?
Michael W. Duffy and Jameel Jaffer ’90 will debate this important issue at Founder’s Dinner on February 10, 2016. You can watch the debate here on a live stream.