NSA doesn’t have my OK
In Roger Lindley’s letter NSA has the OK to do what it needs (Jan. 28), the writer invites the National Security Agency and presumably any other governmental body to track his phone records and listen in on his conversations all they want. I’m glad he is talking about himself, as I do not share his opinion. As tempting as it may be to incrementally trade our freedoms and privacy for the promise of protections, I choose to affirm my right to privacy from unmerited surveillance, no matter how noble the intentions may be. It’s not about having something to hide; it’s about having something to defend and protect.