STATE OF SURVEILLANCE
- Are you worried about your privacy?
- What is the best way to protect your privacy? Are there any differences between protecting your privacy online or offline?
- Do you think you “own” your personal data?
- What are the reasons for governments’ surveillance on citizens?
- Do you think that governments and law enforcement agencies are monitoring private citizens in the name of fighting crime only?
- What would you think if you thought the police were monitoring your phone conversations?
- Should employers be allowed to monitor their employees’ activities at work?
- What do you think about the British or the Americans not having an Identity Card because this would be seen as invasion of privacy?
- Do you think it is easy for governments to accumulate information about a person? How would they, or do they, do it?
- Should law enforcement agencies be required to get a warrant before accessing your emails and phone records?
- Should phone companies and Google maps get your agreement before tracking your location?
- A few months ago the USA were accused of monitoring 35 world leaders’ phone conversations? What is your opinion about it?
 Law enforcement agencies: Cuerpos de seguridad del estado.
 Warrant: a document issued by a court that gives the police the power to do something.