Debate: Should the gov. be allowed to obtain private info w/o a warrant?

Today, in my debate class, I had to prepare to debate the affirmative side of “Resolved: The Gov. should be allowed to obtain private info w/o a warrant.”

This proposition is actually interesting, because on one side, this would be a violation of the 4th amendment, but on the other, the government won’t go around randomly searching through peoples’ electronic fingerprints unless there is a community need. Community safety is the biggest point that affirmative, saying without a warrant, can pull.

I was just putting this out there, and if anybody reading this has any insight on the proposition I am fighting for, please leave a comment. Any comments could help me win my final debate!

Thanks, Dorian