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While it may be a “natural application of Big Data” for government agencies to search already collected information about U.S. citizens for suspicious patterns of behavior, Alex Howard, writing for O’Reilly Radar, says the expanded rules on government data sharing that went into effect last year are concerning. First reported by Julia Angwin at The Wall Street Journal, these new database search powers, Howard argues, are unlikely to be sufficiently checked by the privacy professionals who were bowled over when they objected to them in the first place.
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