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Homeland Security: Continuing Attention to Privacy Concerns is Needed as Programs Are Developed

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Government Accountability Office, Homeland Security: Continuing Attention to Privacy Concerns is Needed as Programs Are Developed (GAO-07-630T) (Mar. 21, 2007) (full-text).

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The GAO testified on key privacy challenges facing the Department of Homeland Security. To address this issue, GAO identified and summarized issues raised in its previous reports on privacy, including its work on data mining, passenger prescreening, commercial data, and radio frequency identification applications, and assessed recent government-wide privacy guidance.

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