35%
Yes
65%
No
35%
Yes
65%
No

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  @kwdicke@gmail.com from Missouri answered…1 day1D

No, these corporations already have access to this data for marketing purposes, they should be required to provide access to this data when presented with a warrant.

 @9P96RK5 from Washington answered…2 days2D

Yes, though only if an active seach warrant has been granted. Access should only be targeted to the investigation listed in the warrant.

 @9NVSGHT from Oklahoma answered…1wk1W

Yes, but only for people who have committed terrorism or treason, not to spy on all citizens at all times like the PATRIOT Act.

 @9NRZBG5from Virgin Islands answered…1wk1W

Yes, and form a public-private relationship with the companies, with regular audits, to make sure the information is clear and transparent.

 @9NML9K6 from Florida answered…2wks2W

No, and Congress should write legislation banning government, government agency, and contractor requests for backdoor access.

 @9NK45KD from Florida answered…2wks2W

Yes but only for national security purposes. Have proof and follow protocol. Consequences for disobeying

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