At no time is your information or mine or 300 million other individuals' information touched unless you have a connection to the suspected terrorist. For me, that's perfectly fine. I have no problem with letting multiple sophisticated computer systems massage electronic data to do the investigative work that would take tens of thousands of manpower hours to do if it could ever be done. If that keeps the bad guys guessing and us good guys safe, that's a trade-off I'm quite comfortable with. It's how my government this week stopped 10 Canadian young men and women from flying off to the Middle East to join ISIS and how your government did the same in California with two others. And those actions by the government didn't invade my privacy one bit.