http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A21673-2003Sep16.html The Bush administration has announced plans for a master database of "known and suspected terrorists" to be used in background checks around the world, the Washington Post reports. The FBI-run Terrorist Screening Center will use data from nearly a dozen watch lists in agencies throughout the federal government to provide "one-stop shopping" for U.S. consular officials, airport workers, border agents, local police, and some private industries. The project hopes to avoid the type . . .
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