31%
Yes
69%
No
31%
Yes
69%
No

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 @9L4Z23B  from Pennsylvania answered…1mo1MO

Yes, as long as data is stored securely and not sold to third parties, and technology is used only in public spaces where expectation of privacy is not expected

 @9PPFH8H from Ohio answered…2 days2D

Aren't they already doing it? If I am in a federal building or establishment, I think that is a reasonable ask. However, a private citizen should always have the right to opt out everywhere else.

 @9PKKFQ7  from Illinois answered…5 days5D

I feel that this would be very useful under the hands of the law but I also feel this strongly invades privacy to citizens.

 @9PFMPCZ from New York answered…7 days7D

for certain cases, like when there’s a murderer on the loose, burglar, etc. not everyday every second

 @8XLR4JX  from North Carolina answered…1wk1W

No, but targeted surveillance should be permitted if a warrant is first acquired that shows probable cause of specific criminal activity

 @9MLNVT6 from California answered…1mo1MO

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