Should phone companies share records?

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In the wake of 9/11, American phone companies gave in to National Security Agency demands to share information on tens of millions of personal phone calls, including the date, duration and the numbers between which calls were made. A poll for ABC and the Washington Post showed that nearly two out of three Americans are happy for the US government to collect phone records. What do you think?

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