Skip to comments.More Checks on U.S. Travelers
Posted on 01/23/2003 1:02:53 PM PST by freepatriot32Edited on 06/29/2004 7:09:40 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
Connecting the dots is usually child's play. But privacy advocates say that a government plan to apply sophisticated computer algorithms and "fuzzy logic" to unconnected databases to sniff out terrorists violates the privacy of American travelers.
Transportation Department officials counter that it's just another way they're using technology to rout terrorism.
(Excerpt) Read more at wired.com ...
No they don't.This is really rotten.Even if Osama Bin Laden is dead, he'll never know how much he contributed to forwarding the position of the 'one-worlders'.I truly hope that piece of dirt has assumed room temperature."Citizen Complaint Resolution",I haven't heard anything so odd,well, since they put cameras on all of the L.A. Freeways so they "can see where the traffic jams are".Mmm Hmmm
When is the last time you heard someone having an easy time dealing with TRW,especially when it wasn't their fault,Hmmm?If anyone,has ever had a complimentary and brief experience with them,by all means, announce yourself.
Uh huh, right. I do NOT trust my government with ANY of my information, PERIOD !!
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