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Gov’t Terrorism Database Raises Questions About Domestic Surveillance

Washington Post (reg. req’d), 325,000 Names on Terrorism List – Rights Groups Say Database May Include Innocent People: “The National Counterterrorism Center maintains a central repository of 325,000 names of international terrorism suspects or people who allegedly aid them, a number that has more than quadrupled since the fall of 2003, according to counterterrorism officials.”

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