Should the U.S. government be able to access email and phone records to hunt terrorists or identify other security threats?
Yes. National security is more important than personal privacy in today’s war on terror.
23% (443 votes)
Conditionally. Intelligence officials should only be allowed to access personal computers in rare cases, with judicial authoriza
38% (738 votes)
Only to gather evidence. Government should only be allowed to access personal computers with a warrant, after an arrest is made.
22% (434 votes)
No. The government should not be allowed to hack into personal computers at all.
18% (350 votes)
Total votes: 1965