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U.S. economy added 175,000 jobs in May, unemployment rate up from 7.5 to 7.6.
National news related to collecting phone records from citizens. Concerns around individual privacy and national security. Click on the article below for more information.
In my opinion, if it’s authorized by a local justice of the peace or [other] legal authority for [only] the sole intent and purpose of solving a crime, then I’d lean towards it being ethical for that [single] event. But if it’s for another matter (e.g. civil) then it should be more democratic but in a more timely fashion. For example, a review panel or grand jury.
What is the government defending?
The need would likely be to solve a criminal case with phone records. For example, useful information leading to a conviction or exonerate an individual. That’s my educated guess. Going to review the article further.
Just received this from a Daily Snapshot email I subscribed to from on the The White House website.
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