Bill Would Give Terror Sleuths Wide Data Access

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Antiterrorism authorities would be granted unprecedented access to law enforcement and commercial databases containing billions of records about private citizens under a bipartisan bill to restructure the intelligence system now being debated in the Senate, the Washington Post reports. The proposed network eventually would link hundreds or thousands of local, state, federal and commercial computers.
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