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About "Social Media"
Summary: The Trump administration has called for tougher vetting of immigrants into the U.S., so the Department of Homeland Security instituted a program that required applicants from select nations to disclose their social media information (usernames, email addresses, past phone numbers, etc.). The department now seeks to make that program mandatory for all visa applicants. The Affirmative case is to repeal these programs because they unnecessarily intrude on the privacy of immigrants, slow the process of immigration down, and waste government resources. Claims of terrorism from advocates of the program are overblown. The immigration process has had a stellar track record when it comes to admitting terrorists. These increased requirements are irrelevant and wasteful.
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Jonathan competed in Stoa Speech and Debate for three years. He has won tournaments in parliamentary and team-policy, as well as broken in both events at NITOC. Jonathan has become engrossed in the Speech and Debate world and has become an avid researcher.