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Does the new anti-terrorism law unreasonably encroach upon our civil liberties?

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“With all that’s going on, if you’re clean, it doesn’t really matter. If you’re not a threat to anybody, why worry about it?”

“It could be a minor inconvenience, but I think it should be no holds barred whatever it takes to prevent another tragedy.”

“That’s very unreasonable because it’s your privacy. I understand they’re to be very careful, but you can’t interfere into someone who is innocent’s life.”

“It’s troubling to some degree. Every time civil liberties are encroached upon you have to question it, because that’s what we’re based on.”


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