We have to ask ourselves anew the larger question: What surveillance power should the government have? And to what extent should the government be allowed to manage the development of technology to embody its surveillance capability?

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Sure, the more intrusive the government becomes, the more potential crime it can solve.

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But our society is founded on the fact that we don't want to give the government this broad-based power.

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