72% Say U.S. Can’t Be Trusted With Personal Data

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Nearly three fourths of adults expressed strong concerns that government can’t be trusted with their personal information in antiterrorism programs, says a survey by the Council for Excellence in Government. The Associated Press reports that nearly 60 percent of adults in the survey said government should have access to personal information that companies collect about
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