In the News (Archived)

Wireless devices raise questions about crimefighting, ID
Martin Finucane (AP)
June 25, 2004
USA Today

Civil Rights Board Wants Inquiry on Florida Voter-Purge List
Ford Fessenden
July 16, 2004
New York Times

Felons and the Right to Vote
Op-Ed
July 11, 2004
New York Times

House Approves $10B Accenture Deal
By Roy Mark
June 18, 2004
Internet News

4 More Airlines Named in Release of Data
June 24, 2004
By MARK GLASSMAN
New York Times

Fast Track at the Airport
June 23, 2004
Op-Ed
New York Times

EPIC Sues Agencies for Passenger Data Disclosure Info (pdf)
June 10, 2004
Electronic Privacy Information Center

Accenture Is Awarded U.S. Contract for Borders
June 2, 2004
By ERIC LICHTBLAU and JOHN MARKOFF
New York Times

Survey Finds U.S. Agencies Engaged in 'Data Mining'
May 27, 2004
By ROBERT PEAR
New York Times

U.S. Nearing Deal on Way to Track Foreign Visitors
May 24, 2004
By ERIC LICHTBLAU and JOHN MARKOFF
New York Times

Database Tagged 120,000 as Possible Terrorist Suspects
May 21, 2004
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

FORAGING FOR VOTES: Data Churners Try to Pinpoint Voters' Politics
April 7, 2004
By JOYCE PURNICK
New York Times

Testimony on CAPPS II (pdf)
March 18, 2004
EPIC General Counsel David L. Sobel
House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure

May I See Your ID?
March 17, 2004
By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF
New York Times Editorial

EPIC Demands FBI Database Accuracy
February 25, 2004
Electronic Privacy Information Center


Trouble with RFID
February 3, 2004
by Simson L. Garfinkel
The Nation

CAPPS Director Questioned About Passenger Profiling
January 27, 2004
Statement of James M. Loy
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon The United States

Where Birds Don't Fly
December 21, 2003
By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN
New York Times OP-ED

ChoicePoint featured on NPR
December 1, 2003
Morning Edition, NPR


Venture to Offer ID Card for Use at Security Checks
October 23, 2003
By JOHN SCHWARTZ
New York Times

Counterfeit Identification Raises Homeland Security Concerns
October 1, 2003
Testimony Before Homeland Security
United States General Accounting Office

Betraying One's Passengers
September 23, 2003
Editorial
New York Times

Three Cities Offer Latest Proof That Face Recognition Doesn't Work
September 2, 2003
Press Release
ACLU

Justice Department Kicks Off PATRIOT Act Roadshow
August 19, 2003
Press Release
ACLU

Poindexter to Leave Pentagon Research Job
August 1, 2003
By Bradley Graham
Washington Post

CAPPS II Privacy Act Notice
Thursday, Jul 31, 2003
Press Release
US Department of Homeland Security

Executive Order Assigns Information Sharing Development to DHS
July 29, 2003
Press Release
OMB Watch

Report on USA Patriot Act Alleges Civil Rights Violations
July 21, 2003
By Philip Shenon
New York Times

Use of Data Collection Systems Is Up Sharply Following 9/11
May 22, 2003
By Ann Davis
Cryptome.org