Privacy vs Security

Privacy vs Security

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The following consists of the complete season releases from for the Lincoln-Douglas value topic listed below. Upon purchase, you will have access to a ZIP file containing the material listed. Take note of the release dates, as the timing may conflict with arguments of the current year.

Resolved: When in conflict, the right to individual privacy is more important than national security.

Initial Release (August 1, 2015)
  1. Affirmative Cases
    1. Presumption of Innocence - by Will Martin
    2. Intrinsic Worth - by Travis Herche
  2. Negative Cases
    • Life - by Nathaniel Mullins
    • Preservation of Rights - by Christopher Larson
Preseason Release (October 1, 2015)
  1. Articles
    • His Application Is Pretty Extreme, So We Should Ignore It — by Joseph Abell
    • All for One, or One for All? — by Ben Vincent
    • Boston Bombing Overview — by Tyler Belyeu
    • 4 Ways to Make your Case Persuasive — by Travis Herche
  2. Cases
    • "Leaving the Door Unlocked" — Affirmative Case by Ben Vincent
    • "The Fight for Personal Freedom" — Affirmative Case by Gabriel Hanson
    • "Anonymity For Anyone Means Instability for Everyone" — Negative Case by Joseph Abell
    • "A State of Security" — Negative Case by Michael Tant
    • "Privacy Is Dead" — Negative Case by Travis Herche
Midseason Release (January 1, 2016) 1st Release - 12/16/15
  1. Case - Aff - Liberty, Not Surfdom
  2. Case - Neg - Security
2nd Release - 12/24/15
  1. Case - Aff - Harm to Citizens
  2. Case - Aff - Information Security
  3. Case - Neg - Justice
  4. Case - Neg - National Security
3rd Release - 1/1/16
  1. Case - Aff - "Human Well-being"
  2. Case - Aff - "Pragmatism"
  3. Case - Neg - "Justice and Order"
  4. Case - Neg - "Justice as Moral Obligation"

 History of This Resolution