Terrorist Profiling, Version 2.0

Harris, Shane
October 2006
National Journal;10/21/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 42, p57
The article discusses a terrorist-detection program being developed in the U.S. The government's top intelligence agency is building a computerized system to search very large stores of information for patterns of activity that look like terrorist planning. The system, which is run by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, is in the early research phases and is being tested, in part, with government intelligence that may contain information on U.S. citizens and other people inside the country. INSET: TIPS: Dead or Alive?.


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