DHS programs break privacy laws, report says

A Government Accountability Office report found that DHS is required to tell the public how personal information is used to screen international travelers. The report says the DHS Automated Targeting System used by the Customs and Border Protection agency to rate the risk posed by travelers coming to and from the U.S. breaks the law.

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