• Yes but that is part of their job

    Yes the NSA is overstepping their boundaries and pushing the rights of individuals, but in a way that is what they are there for. The organization is there to do what they believe is in the best interest of the country to protect it. If they weren't pushing the envelope they wouldn't be doing their job.

  • Never should anyone have that power

    Stop watching us we are not untamed wild animals we are normal human beings. The NSA has no right to watch us like this. I am sick of the threat of being watched everywhere I go. I am protesting stop watching us. Stop it stop is stop it we are Americans.

  • FBI is domestic / CIA is international - The NSA has a mandate to listen to and decode all FOREIGN communications . . .

    The NSA has a mandate to listen to and decode all foreign communications of interest to the security of the United States.

    It has often been secret. Again they have crossed the boundaries set up by congress and proper government oversight.

    Someone will likely lose their top level job.
    Many who knowingly cause this will continue to work.

  • Nothing to fear if you have nothing to hide.

    It's as simple as that. If you aren't involved with terrorists or illegal activities then you should have nothing to worry about. The NSA has the right to watch over you if you are being suspected of involvement with terrorists.

    We aren't even as closely watched as most countries. In New York there are about 3,000 cameras whereas in London there are around 500,000. The people in London feel more secure because they think it will deter crime rates and prevent future attacks. Isn't that how we should feel?

    Also citizen's freedom of speech, expression, or association has been harmed in any way by the NSA in any identifiable way.

  • No they are not doing anything wrong

    They are just checking for key things and if stuff comes up they might research you. F f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f

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