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Logan troopers to get roving database access

Critics see threat to privacy rights in antiterrorism move

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / June 22, 2004

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State troopers at Logan International Airport will have instant access to a wealth of personal information on nearly every person who passes through the airport, from Social Security numbers to names of former roommates. (Full Article: 776 Words)

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