Question by alphabetsoup: Should the NSA eavesdrop on Americans e-mails and phone calls without going to court to receive a warrant?
They are using private corporate data, too, on you and me, and using data mining tools to determine whom among us might be a terrorist threat. It isn’t legal, but, should it be allowed?
I am merely posing the question, not, giving an opinion, and, this IS occuring to all americans, not just suspected terrorists, as, the idea is prevention, and, this methodology is designed to find the terrorists amongst us.
Answer by cvq3842
Yes. The program only involves surveillance of those communicating with suspected terrorists, and is perfectly constitutional. FDR did it in WWII. Your question contains several false premises.
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