Citizens’ rights and their security (welfare) are the subjects of the study. In this project, I presented information about resident privacy rights and how protection affects personal privacy. I will address numerous issues related to personal privacy and protection as part of the initiative. Finally, I’ve added tips about how to protect our data from abuse and fraud. The US government has a responsibility to safeguard its people’s interests and liberty. The government must prioritize the protection of human rights since they are the most important of all. Aside from human rights, the state can ensure that essential rights such as the freedom of expression are protected. However, in terms of human rights, the government must place a strong focus on “judicial explanation of illegal activity to remove immunity and avoid the recurrence of abuse.”

The pursuit of security and human rights protection are not mutually exclusive, either in practice or in principle. However, after 9/11, the words “protection” and “human rights” have come to indicate an almost insurmountable opposition in the popular imagination. This dichotomy is almost immediately apparent to everyone interested in discussions about stability and human rights, whether implicitly in political demands for a “modern balance” or explicitly in newsrooms arguing for a retreat from human rights.

Politicians, courts, and academics all react to the dichotomy’s central issue caused by our time’s urgency or alleged “exceptionalism”: how do we protect liberty through security without negating the sense of independence or violating human rights (USAID, 2020). One of their most pressing intellectual challenges in searching for a modern language of unity between protection and human rights can be liberals. The academy is becoming increasingly aware that the stakes of ideas and debates on this topic have been lifted internationally. It’s always been an issue at the heart of every political or liberal endeavor. This is the search for democracy, as well as the confusion that encourages philosophical sophistication.