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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, surveillance of all foreign countries is essential to tracking potential terrorist threats

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@98WPM3QDemocrat from Georgia answered…8hrs

@98W7CKQ from New York answered…1 day

@98VND7M from Michigan answered…2 days

Morally, it's wrong, but practically, it's vital. I'd have to say yes, but I don't feel good about it.

@98TGR6L from Iowa answered…4 days

Light surveillance wont hurt but don't probe very far without cause.

@98T6HVF from Iowa answered…5 days

Yes, because it is decreasing terrorist attacks but keep in communication with the Nations.

@98SBFGX from Missouri answered…1wk

If there is a time of crisis or the U.S. belives that their allies are possibly betraying them then yes but if neither of those things are happening in the moment than no.

@98SB74W from Mississippi answered…1wk

No, because the US doesn't like it when other countries do it to us.

@98S4ZQV from Alabama answered…1wk

No, spying on our allies severely damages our reputation abroad. More policy should go toward our engagement with any other country to keep this from being an issue regardless of what they are doing.

@98PYSGNfrom Virgin Islands  answered…2wks

Yes, however limit the access which the USA has into certain governments with consent given. However, if there is a potential threat to National Security detected, then the NSA should be given free rein to investigate the threat.

@98P4FYC from California answered…2wks

No abolish it and stop spying on our allies since it’s severally damaging our reputation abroad.

@98P2PVRConstitution from Arizona answered…2wks

In certain circumstances, I think it makes sense to, when there is a direct threat. but, we should trust our allies a little bit and only use surveillance when we must.

@98NRG6PSocialist from California answered…2wks

I feel that some surveillance is necessary for stopping possible attacks, but it should be discussed more thoroughly with our government's officials and allies.

@98NQVQM from California answered…2wks

Yes, however limit the access which the USA has into certain governments with consent given. However if there is a potential threat to National Security detected, then the NSA should be given free reign to investigate the threat.

@98MMNP3 from North Carolina answered…2wks

@98M8DLV from Maryland answered…3wks

@98LGQJ2 from Georgia answered…3wks

@98JXWHY from North Carolina answered…3wks

Allies should only be questioned and investigated when there is suspicion of them making terrorist attacks.

@98JXRK9 from North Carolina answered…3wks

@98JFPNR from North Carolina answered…3wks

The NSA already monitors US citizens why not throw allies in the mix.

@98HM5QGIndependent from Texas answered…4wks

The NSA should of course only be used for good. If we can't use it for good, then we shouldn't use it, but we unfortunately cannot trust the NSA to always do that even if they plan on it. This is the reality we live in.

@98GPGLH from South Carolina answered…1mo

No I don’t always support the NSA only when is checking potential terrorist/threats

@7JCKZW3 from South Carolina answered…1mo

@98G5VH2Independent from Missouri answered…1mo

@98G5NZT from Georgia answered…1mo

Yes, but both under the approval of that country's government and if there is a substantial terrorist threat in that said country.

@98FR4MFProgressive from Colorado answered…1mo

Yes, but those surveilled have a right to know when and why otherwise private data is collected or accessed

@98F47RM from New York answered…1mo

I do not have enough information about the matter to provide a proper opinion.

@98DRS8T from Utah answered…1mo

I dont have an exact opinion or stance on this matter. As such, i am neutral towards this

@98D7DRZ from Idaho answered…1mo

It’s nice to know what is going on in other countries but it would be smart to keep it discrete

@98CQG73 from Maryland answered…1mo

@98CQDXT from Georgia answered…1mo

@98CKYP6 from Ohio answered…1mo

Observational data collected at the NSA needs to be accessible for the relevant Departments for real time applications. Secondarily it must be preserved for declassification later; providing invaluable access to researchers in the future who will utilize data to find more accurate generalizations and valuable data points.

@95L866M from New York answered…2mos

@98C5K5R from Michigan answered…2mos

yes but not surveillance the government of the U.S. allies but the allies' citizens with our allies' consent.

@98B6C4J from Texas answered…2mos

@988WB9N from Indiana answered…2mos

we shouldn't care what others do or have allies,use our resources to protect our country

@988NPSL from Virginia answered…2mos

@988GDKL from New York answered…2mos

Not unless the country is suspected to do something that could harm America or if it's doing some sketchy things.

@987K6R2Democrat from Idaho answered…2mos

No, but if there is a suspected danger in a foreign country, we should get permission to do some surveillance.

@986XYWV from Pennsylvania answered…2mos


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