Georgia To Join Crime Database If Feds Pay

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http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/1003/10matrix.html Georgia plans contribute confidential driver’s license and auto tag information from millions of state residents to a crime-fighting database even as five states have opted out because of concerns about cost and personal privacy, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution says. Apparently, the state would join the system only if federal funds pay for it. The newspaper
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