U.S. Police Stockpile Databases on People Not Charged

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Police forces across the U.S. are stockpiling massive databases with personal information from millions of Americans who crossed paths with officers but were not charged with a crime, reports the Charleston Post and Courier. A person can end up in one of these databases by doing nothing more than sitting on a public park bench or chatting with an officer on the street. Records can linger forever and . . .

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