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Homeland Security: Continuing Attention to Privacy Concerns is Needed as Programs are Developed
Linda D. Koontz (au)
Advances in info. tech. make it easier than ever for the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) & other agencies to obtain & process info. about citizens & residents in many ways & for many purposes. The demands of the war on terror also drive agencies to extract as much value as possible from the info. avail. to them, adding to the potential for compromising privacy. Recognizing that securing the homeland & protecting the privacy rights of individuals are both important goals, the author performed several reviews of DHS programs, & their privacy implications over the past several years. For this hearing, the author identified & summarized issues raised in its previous reports on privacy & assessed recent governmentwide privacy guidance.
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