http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/1003/10matrix.html Georgia plans contribute confidential driver's license and auto tag information from millions of state residents to a crime-fighting database even as five states have opted out because of concerns about cost and personal privacy, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution says. Apparently, the state would join the system only if federal funds pay for it. The newspaper reports that the database includes an "astounding" array of data, including past addresses and telephone numbers; neighbors' addresses and . . .
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