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The FBI wants access to an Internet browser history without a warrant in terrorism and spy cases. Is this a breach of privacy?

  • Fbi yes protection

    Not because it can prevent terrorism in any country and only buscaria adequate and only intervene information with the person they know it is and Haci there would be fewer deaths and would not cause any kind of damage in the country both in the economy the environment, so that not any kind of terrorism investigating causes the person located and only the necessary information for the case would deal

  • Moni y jose

    Because it would be nice for someone to see everything you do online, as this is a violation of privacy
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  • Yes, allowing the FBI access to Internet browser history without a warrant in terrorism and spy cases is a breach of privacy.

    Yes, it is a breach of privacy if the FBI is granted access to Internet browser history without a warrant in terrorism and spy cases. The first issue is that the definition of terrorism is too broad and in some cases involves profiling suspects based on their nationalities and/or religions. If the FBI has due cause, they should be able to obtain a warrant, otherwise we would be granting them too much power and exposing our citizens to breaches of privacy.

  • Yes, the government needs a warrant to investigate individuals' private history.

    Yes, the government is breaching individual privacy in trying to access Internet browser history without a warrant. It is important that individuals' rights to privacy is respected by the federal government. This is the purpose for warrants for investigation. The FBI should pursue the warrant before attempting to access the history.

  • FBI Request for internet browser history constitutes a breach of privacy

    The FBI's request for access to internet browser history in espionage and spy cases is - while understandable up to a point in these tense times - an unwarranted breach of privacy which should be deemed unacceptable in a free society. if the parameters are too loose or vague it opens itself up to abuse. Large caches of information could be collected on people who have never had anything to do with espionage or terrorism but may be distantly connected in some way to a person or persons that are.

  • Fbi yes protection

    Not because it can prevent terrorism in any country and only buscaria adequate and only intervene information with the person they know it is and Haci there would be fewer deaths and would not cause any kind of damage in the country both in the economy the environment, so that not any kind of terrorism investigating causes the person located and only the necessary information for the case would deal

  • No, FBI needs to protect the homeland.

    No i don't think its a violation for the The FBI to access Internet browser history without a warrant in terrorism and spy cases. Most of the extremist from western countries have been radicalized by what they can see and find on the internet. This proactive measure can prevent future attacks.


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