N.Y., Wis. Leave Matrix; 33 States Provided Data

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New York and Wisconsin have pulled out of the anticrime database program called Matrix that civil libertarians say endangers citizens’ privacy rights, the Associated Press reports. Five states remain out of about a dozen that had signed up to share criminal, prison, and vehicle information with one another and cross-reference the data with privately held
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