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December 21, 2006

New docs from the DHS privacy committee

Filed under: Privacy and Security — by Christian Beckner on December 21, 2006

The DHS Privacy and Data Integrity Advisory Committee has released several interesting documents within the last week, including a report entitled “The Use of Commercial Data” and the transcript of its September advisory committee meeting: Part 1, Part 2. The latter documents transcribe interesting discussion at this meeting on issues related to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, the Office of Screening Coordination at DHS, and progress on establishing an effective traveler redress system.

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