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@9X5XLZ9Christian Democratic Unionfrom Indiana  answered…9mos

Yes, but only if they suspect some one or a group of people of acts of crime.

@9VBDYYJRhinocerosfrom Montana  answered…1yr

I get that this is a privacy thing which we should have the right to… and it’s creepy and stereotypical that they would listen in. But I really don’t care because I don’t have nothing to hide… can’t say the same for criminals and terrorists

@B39SBYCCommunistfrom Texas  answered…3mos

No. What someone does is not your business unless it's danger talk. I think you could monitor only if your reported for a period of time

@9YG2NX4Alternative for Germanyfrom Pennsylvania  answered…8mos

@9XNVS23Christian Democratic Unionfrom Tennessee  answered…9mos

@9X4H6MNThe Leftfrom Kansas  answered…9mos

@9X487VKAlliance ’90/The Greensfrom New York  answered…9mos

Yes, only for those with serious criminal histories, suspects of crimes, or suspects of terrorism.

@9X38Q3JAlliance ’90/The Greensfrom Minnesota  answered…10mos

yes and only use in certain cases as in helping find murderers or stop other crimes from happening, Then after delete the calls and other

@9W92J5PParty of Reasonfrom Minnesota  answered…10mos

Yes, but only for a court order and if it's necessary to combat terrorism

@9VCVX55People’s Partyfrom Ohio  answered…1yr

Be allowed only after obtaining a warrant to do so on individuals or companies based on suspected criminal activity or other illegal activiities

@9V4N59RConservativefrom Virginia  answered…1yr

Yes and No, and enact legislation preventing government surveillance of citizen communications

@9T8ZR2DParty of Reasonfrom Virginia  answered…1yr

it should only be monitored when allowed. "karens" may be harder,but that's just my opinion

@9RP2X56National Action Partyfrom Louisiana  answered…1yr

Yes , but only if they’ve gotten intel on suspicious activity dealing with the person whims phone call they are tapping into

@9QPSLZGConservativefrom Arizona  answered…2yrs

No, only with a warrant showing probable cause of criminal activity

@9QKHHVJMeretzfrom New York  answered…2yrs

Yes, only when it is necessary, and not in a way that targets Arabs

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No, and enact legislation preventing government surveillance of citizen communications

@9QC87JXChristian Heritagefrom Arizona  answered…2yrs

Yes, but only people with long criminal and/or terrorist backgrounds

@9Q6PM6PProgress Partyfrom Louisiana  answered…2yrs

@9J7VFW4Basque Country Unitefrom New York  answered…2yrs

Only when someone is considered a potential threat with irrefutable evidence


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