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InfoShot: Most Americans are ok with warrantless online surveillance

The recent terror attacks in Paris and California have again highlighted the issue of balancing security with personal rights and freedoms. The Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research conducted a poll of 1,042 adults online and by phone to find out whether Americans support government surveillance of the internet communications of US citizens.

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Ayesha Salim is Staff Writer at IDG Connect

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