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The Times asks: Where do you draw the line between freedom and security?

Recent revelations of government spying lead some to feel less free

POSTED: July 4, 2013 12:23 a.m.

If there’s one thing Americans don’t like historically it’s government intrusion, but where to draw the line gets tricky.


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Freedom or security?

Gainesville sounds off: Do you think the meaning of freedom has changed in light of recent revelations the government is monitoring citizen's communications? Where is the line between nation security and privacy?


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