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GUEST COMMENTARY: U.S. national security surveillance and price of security

GUEST COMMENTARY: U.S. national security surveillance and price of security

The U.S. government is working to restrain intelligence agencies, and Americans should applaud. On March 25, major proposals were announced. The Obama administration seeks to end government bulk collection of phone records by the super-secret National Security Agency and require court approv…

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"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

Region views on eavesdropping

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"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

Megan Bruce, Chesterton | "I don't think so. Privacy is a good thing. It could be helpful in giving the sense of security, but a lot of people would get away anyway."

November 10, 2013 12:00 am
"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

Cindy Koehler, Schererville | "It's kind of iffy for me. I understand why they do it, but I personally wouldn't want to be spied on. If I knew that it's keeping me safe, then I guess I'd accept it."

November 10, 2013 12:00 am
"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

Terry Zych, East Chicago | "We want to utilize every advantage that we possibly can. Bugging, wiretapping and drones, the more high-tech the better. We should utilize our technology to its fullest."

November 10, 2013 12:00 am
"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

Vicki Ciena, Lake Station | "No. Why would it be OK to do it to them but not to us? I feel I'm being watched all the time, but I don't think about it or I'd never leave the house."

November 10, 2013 12:00 am
"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

Enrique Rivera, Lansing | "No. We have no business in foreign countries. We have too many problems here. It's like being a terrorist or a snitch."

November 10, 2013 12:00 am
"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

"Do you think it helps our national security to eavesdrop on foreign countries?"

Sean O'Rourke, Portage | "No. I think we have enough situations here to focus on. We need more faith in God."

November 10, 2013 12:00 am
GUEST COMMENTARY: National security surveillance and price of security

GUEST COMMENTARY: National security surveillance and price of security

James Clapper, director of national intelligence, took a hard line on Oct. 29 in testimony before the Intelligence Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. He argued that alarm over electronic monitoring of foreign leaders and vast numbers of citizens is misplaced.

November 09, 2013 11:45 am
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