http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/1003/17matrix.html As Georgia officials wrestle with sending confidential driver's license records to the Matrix crime-fighting database, two other states confirmed Thursday they would withdraw from the multistate effort. Law enforcement officials in Alabama and Louisiana said they would not participate in the one-year federally funded pilot program, citing concerns about cost or privacy, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Now eight states remain in the data-sharing program, which initially involved 14 states. Matrix . . .
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