I thought so, too, but the link is beside the title:
Ok, my snark re: the editors may have been unwarranted -- I see the article's sources are now beside the headline. Not used to that.
For anyone else, it's at http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.c...
Now if you have any questions about this place, ask me, if I don't know, I can ask someone else. I am quitting for my Ph'D at the end of the year so you've got my time
Ok, I'll bite. Thanks in advance for the info.
1) Can you provide a link or links to more information about this program, since apparently the submitter or Slashdot editors thought that wasn't necessary?
2) Is there a method or procedure to determine if your information is in this database, and to obtain this information?
3) Is there a way to opt-out or otherwise control the flow of this data to/from other agencies?
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