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  1. Tee says:

    I agree, there needs to be a lot more oversight and accountability… I just saw another article about a huge privacy violation:

    http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5gxSQM-Pj5GvDDx_r9HNZvtF6JAGgD8V7HN7O0

    Scary stuff.

  2. Michael H Schneider says:

    Law enforcement agency reports should be treated like credit reports: everyone should have the right to look at their own file regularly, for free, and there should be a process for making corrections.

    Mistakes and misinformation happens. Now, if there’s a mistaken entry showing a warrant for me, the first I’m likely to hear of it is when I get arrested and taken to jail after a minor traffic stop. That’s an expensive way to find and correct mistakes.

    Perhaps there should be a notification to the person every time there’s a search about them, too. I’d like to know who is looking at my record, and why.

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