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Data-Mining for Terrorists Not 'Feasible,' DHS-Funded Study Finds

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The government should not be building predictive data-mining programs systems that attempt to figure out who among millions is a terrorist, a privacy and terrorism commission funded by Homeland Security reported Tuesday. The commission found that the technology would not work and the inevitable mistakes would be un-American.


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