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Sunday, 24th November 2002


Electronic Information
Data Mining

Source: Computerworld
"Global Surveillance: The Government's Plan"
From the article, "The U.S. Department of Defense has established a research group to develop technology for information gathering and analysis on a huge scale. Its goal is to mine data sources all over the world -- including government and commercial stores of personal information -- to look for terrorists and terrorist threats."
See Also: Learn More About the Total Information Awareness Systems Page (via DARPA.Mil)
See Also: TIA News Release and Backgrounder (3/21/02)
See Also: Comments by John Poindexter, Director of Information Awareness Office (8/2/2002)
See Also: Additional Intelligence Resources via (Federation of American Scientists)

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