October 26, 2013 Misc, Surveillance
David A. Lieb of Associated Press reports:
Gov. Jay Nixon’s administration displayed “indifference to the privacy rights” of Missourians by gathering personal information about driver’s license applicants, according to a report Friday from a legislatively appointed panel.
Most of the procedures chided by the report have already been halted, but the panel nonetheless concluded that Nixon’s administration disregarded state law by implementing them in the first place.
Read more on News-Leader.com. I’m still trying to locate a copy of the report online. If anyone has a link, please let me know.
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