If the Feds are spying on everyone why don't they do more to stop......?
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There are over 340 million people in the U.S. and there is no way the government is spying on every single citizen and keeping track of what's going inside of the homes and especially their (minds).
The government's primary interest is in national security threats. Day to day crimes are not on their radar. Maybe someday their will be a system like the TV show "Person of Interest" where there is a team of people who strive to prevent rapes, murders, child abuse and abductions by using surveillance equipment.
Other than having a "police presence" our system is primarily designed to (solve) crimes, not to "prevent" them.
One man's opinion! :-)
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