The theme for the 2012/13 Write Here, Write Now competition is:
The Internet and Privacy
Is it right for the government to have access to details of people's mobile phone calls, emails and internet history?
In May 2012 the government announced plans to make it easier for the phone and intelligence agencies such as MI5 and MI6 to monitor e-mails, phone calls and intenet use.
This includes phone numbers and e-mail addresses but not the content of messages.
The government says that with the rise of social media, Skype and other ways of communication online, the law needs to keep pace with technological changes to enable the security services to confront changing threats to the UK.
But civil liberties groups argued that the plans would threaten privacy and become a "snooper's charter".
Another aspect is the right of governments to keep secrets. For several years groups like Wikileaks have been releasing secret government documents online. They claim that the people have a right to know everything that their country is doing. Politicians say that some things must be kept a secret and that posting these documents online risks lives.
The winner will spend the day at Westminster with members of the press to learn more about their work and will get the opportunity to meet and question senior politicians. Hotel and travel expenses will be provided.
What do you think?
Click here to enter the Write Here, Right Now Competition.
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