21 May Should the U.S. continue NSA surveillance of its allies?
“In the recent past, Edward Snowden and Wikileaks have brought forward a series of evidence confirming that NSA used surveillance to observe the emails and phone calls of its closest European allies. This led to a severe diplomatic crisis between ally nations.
Those in favor continue to maintain their stand that the purpose behind such intelligence gathering is to prevent terrorist activities and safeguard citizens. A simple breach of privacy is a collateral cost attached to this mechanism. Opponents consider this a violation of confidentiality and believe that this can result in a severe diplomatic shutdown.
What do you think? Should the U.S. continue NSA surveillance of its allies?
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Should the U.S. continue NSA surveillance of its allies?
Sahish kumarPosted at 01:43h, 28 June
I would say that I would say so.
My name is sahish.
Dean HaggertyPosted at 19:58h, 28 May
Friends today some were enemies of the past. It makes good sense to have the complete picture if the world decides to change its stance on geopolitical issues facing us all. Example of Syrian refugees. Many EU countries wanted to help them and found out they bit off more than they could chew. Having knowledge is never a bad thing, choosing how or if to use it can create chaos.