Should the NSA (National Security Agency) be allowed to collect basic metadata of citizen’s phone calls such as numbers, timestamps, and call durations?

Should the NSA (National Security Agency) be allowed to collect basic metadata of citizen’s phone calls such as numbers, timestamps, and call durations?

Under Patriot Act NSA is authorized to accumulate phone metadata — the numbers, time stamps, and duration of a call, but not its actual content. Opponents believe this form of data collection is a breach of privacy and consider it unconstitutional as it is done without a warrant. Supporters argue that this practice is essential to track suspected terrorists.
What are your thoughts? Should the NSA (National Security Agency) be allowed to collect necessary metadata of citizen’s phone calls such as numbers, timestamps, and call durations?

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  • Should the NSA (National Security Agency) be allowed to collect basic metadata of citizen’s phone calls such as numbers, timestamps, and call durations?

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