Federal Role In Matrix Database Traced By ACLU

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A seven-state crime database started with $12 million in federal funds is a major privacy threat, charges the American Civil Liberties Union. Law enforcement officials and the private firm operating the Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange, or Matrix, say it is merely an investigative tool that helps police quickly gather available data on suspects. The Associated
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