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“Unless proof can be given, regarding and solely involving national security cases, no surveillance, outside of American embassy locations, in foreign territories should take place. If our national security is not at risk, the only surveillance that our agencies need commit, should solely be performed with expressed permission of the governing body of that location.”

From a Libertarian in Leo, IN
In reponse to: Should the U.S. continue NSA surveillance of its allies?

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