Students are expected to tell the reader what they are going to write about, and it should include at least three issues related to the topic in this section. We practiced this throughout the semester and students should understand the importance of writing a thesis statement.To be successful, the paper must have proper indentation for each paragraph including when the student shifts to a new issue or topic in the body of their paper. Subsequently, each of the issues pointed out in your opening should be defined in the body of your paper, and must include in-text citations.I have provided court cases that ruled on issues such as the 4th Amendment and the use of Technology related law enforcement and individual rights under the U.S. Constitution.The issues also discussed in the body of your paper must be separated and may include relevant material related to technology giants such as FaceBook, Twitter, Instagram or others, but the focus should be on both technology and enforcement that may or may not violate your 4th Amendment right (Free of Search/Seizure, i.e., person, papers, property). It also should help each student to determine whether the seizure of a persons post, papers, or property by officers constitutes unreasonable search and seizure.Students must read in part or whole the case law from Jones, Katz, and Karo and determine how the ruling(s) addresses use of surveillance, and social media to arrest and prosecute those cases. All students must incorporate the case(s) of U.S. v Jones, Katz v U.S. and U.S. v Karo in their paper to determine whether it is an overreach by law enforcement and technology giants.The work cited on your reference page must be cited in the body of your paper via in-text citations. NOTE. Any student not using APA in-text citation will lose a minimum of 13 points on the overall points possible. The project shall be written in font size 12, Microsoft Word.