Travel, Trade, and privacy groups are heavily criticizing a Department of Homeland Security program that, for the past several years, has been used to mine, store, and assess the personal data of all travelers, including U.S. citizens, entering or leaving the United States. The Automated Targeting System began as a cargo-screening program. It has since become a way in which DHS can gather personal data it uses to assign risk assessment profiles on incoming and outgoing travelers. The ...

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