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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

No, and enact legislation preventing government surveillance of citizen communications

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@94952CL answered…4mos

they should monitor possible terrorist threats as the person or persons could be a threat to national security

@93FDTV9 answered…6mos

Only if they are a wanted criminal and the phone call could help the arrest of other people

@9354PC9Green answered…6mos

Only under extreme circumstances where there is extensive evidence suggesting malicious intent through a previous action

@934V78CCentre Alliance answered…6mos

No, and enact legislation preventing government surveillance of citizen communications unless they are convicted of serious crimes.

@93423QJ answered…6mos

Yes, but only with sound intelligence of a current threat or attack in order to achieve actionable prevention

@933Q8KL answered…6mos

No, and enact legislation preventing government surveillance of citizen communications, unless it is by court order.

@MoraleKiller answered…7mos

Yes, But only by court order and the person undergoing surveillance must be notified

@92WKVQK answered…7mos

@92VKWTV answered…7mos

@92TRHJR answered…7mos

No, government surveillance of general citizen communication is outrageous. However, if it is court ordered it should be allowed.

@92SPHG9 answered…7mos

Only when suspicious of terrorism or criminal activity and the invasion of privacy is for the greater good. Monitoring of the average citizen is inappropriate.

@92RDLCB answered…7mos

Yes, for previous reasons, however, the monitoring should be conducted with well trained and precise AI relevant for 1) Suicide Prevention and anti-bullying 2) Counter Terrorism 3) Corruption

@92GK5YQ answered…7mos

Yes, but they should only be able to be used in court if a warrant has been obtained.

@929WK6V answered…8mos

Only for suspected terrorists and terrorist activity or serious criminal activity, but not for everyday citizens.

@8ZSPMW6Labor answered…8mos

@8ZPJRZJLabor answered…9mos

No, this feels like an invasion of privacy to a civilian but should only be used for intelligence purposes

Yes, but only under specific and strict circumstances for the protection of others.

@8ZF9MT4 answered…9mos

Only for those being investigated for crimes/ or those with criminal backgrounds

@8Z56F7R answered…10mos

Yes, but there must be laws and boundaries to it. Such as only via a court order or if it is strongly believed and can be backed up that the person/s being monitored are a threat in some way.

@8Z552P9Green answered…10mos

@8YMHRYNLabor answered…10mos

Yes, but only for certain individuals who need to be kept at bay (Corrupt Politicians, Criminals etc.)

@8YKD4S8Liberal answered…10mos

Yes, but strictly in a prevention of terrorism situation with legal oversight

@8Y7BS49 answered…11mos

Yes, but only by court order if the court is held accountable by penalty for a misjudgement if the order application is proved fraudulent as has happened in the US with the corrupted FISA court.
To give up personal liberties we need insurance against malfeasance by corrupted security services.

@PatWavesHelloLabor answered…1yr

No, and enact legislation preventing government surveillance of citizen communications, unless reasonably ordered by a court

@8WKLGFRGreen answered…1yr

Yes, under strict legalisation for court orders only to be used when absolutely necessary

@8TK8FQQ answered…1yr

Yes, but only to prevent terrorism and crimes against the government

@8LLKYV2Green answered…2yrs

Only if necessary, such as monitoring suspected/ known terrorist network, criminals etc.

@8G3TXHV answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if there is reasonable belief that there is a risk to public health and safety.

@8FL8DQF answered…2yrs


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