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  • Yes, I think so.

    Yes, anti-surveillance software can be trusted, because the people who make it want people to trust the software. If people like the software and they trust it, they will want to buy more of the software. The producers of the software want to make money, so they will make the best software they can make.

  • Yes, it can be trusted.

    People are innocent until proven guilty. This type of software helps protect user privacy and the right not to be spied on. If it is necessary to search someone's computer or electronic records, the authorities should obtain a warrant to access this information rather than relying on surveillance done in secret.

  • It is made for a reason.

    Yes, anti-surveillance software can be trusted, because the people who make it want people to trust the software. If people like the software and they trust it, they will want to buy more of the software. The producers of the software want to make money, so they will make the best software they can make.

  • No, anti-surveillance software cannot be trusted.

    No, anti-surveillance software cannot be trusted. As seen in the incidences of hacking that have occurred against our government and a political party recently, it is fair to say that measures meant to stop surveillance are largely ineffective. It is also possible that the makers of this software are working with government entities.


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