The U.S.A Patriot Act

An overview and debate on the positive and negative features of the U.S.A Patriot Act can someone write my essay for me uk.

This paper looks at the U.S.A Patriot Act, passed by Congress, which gives U.S. authorities and law agencies the powers to conduct surveillance, immigration checks, banking checks, etc., in order to locate and eliminate any suspected terrorist threat. In particular, it examines the controversy stating that the Act infringes on the rights of privacy of the individuals within the states.
“There are various arguments against the Act. Many US citizens are concerned about the extent to which the FBI could encroach into their lives because past experiences have time and again proved that the FBI do not follow ethical measures when investigating the whereabouts of a suspect. The officials at the FBI are elated at the new set of rules that remove bureaucratic intervention in their work and which permits them lesser hassles to operate in the USA. Incidents in the recent past have shown that the FBI has harassed its victims merely based on suspicion, or have committed offences that can never be justified by a sane mind. If the FBI could commit such blunders in better times, it is anybody’s guess as to how much they could intrude into the common citizen’s life after the implementation of the act.”