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Should US intelligence agencies end mass data collection?
US intelligence agencies should stop mass data collection.
Compromising liberty and privacy for the purpose of security is counterproductive.
Mass data collection creates a dangerous power imbalance between citizens and the government.
Ending mass data collection would help regain public trust in US intelligence agencies.
Mass data collection harms tech companies and service providers.
Mass data collection is inefficient and a waste of resources.
Mass data collection threatens civil liberties.
There are no plausible alternatives: Mass data storage has unique security benefits that mere real-time mass surveillance or more targeted surveillance will never be able to provide.
Mass data collection is a crucial pillar of US counterterrorism efforts and necessary to keep the population safe.
The vast majority of the data stored will never be looked at by anyone anyway, so it does not hurt anyone.
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