In 2013, Edward Snowden, through The Guardian newspaper in Great Britain, began to release secret documents that revealed widespread government surveillance programs on the cell phones, email, social media accounts and internet searches of American citizens in cooperation with telecommunication companies and internet servers.
Snowden has leaked thousands of pages of documents on the NSA spying program and they are still being released. Here are some brief summaries of those documents:
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SJ is a 28-week gestational age white male weighing 1.2 kg born to a 36 year-old G4P2103 woman. Pregnancy was complicated by pregnancy induced hypertension and gestational diabetes. SJ’s mother presented to the emergency room 1 hour after rupture of membranes. SJ was born 2 hours later and was immediately transferred to the NICU. SJ was in obvious respiratory distress so he was intubated and given surfactant (Curosurf). An umbilical artery catheter (UAC) and umbilical venous catheter (UVC) were placed with 3.2% Trophamine solution and Vanilla TPN ordered for the two lines respectively. A loading dose of intravenous caffeine citrate was ordered with maintenance doses starting 24 hours after the loading dose.
Please answer all questions in your own words. Do not copy and paste information from resources.
1. How many milliliters of Curosurf should be ordered for SJ’s initial dose?
2. How is Curosurf administered?
3. Explain to SJ’s parents why you gave him Curosurf and how it works.
4. How much caffeine citrate should be ordered for the loading dose?
5. How much caffeine citrate should be ordered for maintenance doses?
6. Why is caffeine administered to premature infants?
Brunton, L.B. (Ed). (2011). Goodman & Gilman’s The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics (12th edition). McGraw Hills Access Medicine (electronic copy at HSL).
Readings: Chapter 36, 42
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1) All phone companies turn over location and calling information, phone numbers of everyone we call to the NSA
2) It can order data from internet content providers such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Apple and Twitter.
3) Xkeyscore records what we type into the internet – searches, emails, whatever.
4) Encryption bypass: All internet companies with an encryption page for when you pay for something is required by the government to have a back door in which they can access that information.
5) The government collects all text messages from your phone.
6) The NSA gathers records of porn sites and online sexual activity they say to discredit the reputations of jihadist radicalizers
7) Monitors locations of people by their cell phones.
8) Infiltrate online role playing video games they say to catch possible terrorist plots.
By the way, all these things can be hacked by people outside the government as well.
Why should privacy matter to me? I have nothing to hide?
See the St. Martin’s Guide article: “Why Privacy Matters Even If You Have ‘Nothing to Hide’” pg 266.
Here is a Glenn Greenwald “Ted Talk” on Why Privacy Matters. Greenwald is the journalist who presented Snowden’s information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcSlowAhvUk
Here is a debate between two experts on whether Snowden was justified in releasing these top secret documents:
Here’s a huge file of articles you can skim through on the issue:
This is an ACLU article on how The NSA is tracking your movements:
The NSA is building a huge facility in Utah to store all the information it is collecting. You can read about that here:http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2013/09/23/225381596/booting-up-new-nsa-data-farm-takes-root-in-utah
Here is President Obama’s defense of the NSA’s mass collection of data:
This is the NSA director’s defense:
Here are 2 articles that disagree with the NSA policies:
The ACLU is suing the Obama Administration to place limits on NSA domestic spying. Here’s what they want: