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DHS Rebuked for Plan to Limit Applicant Access to Data

Privacy advocates have voiced strong opposition to the Homeland Security Department's proposal to scale back the amount of information that security clearance applicants can access about government investigations of their background.

Privacy groups rap DHS plan to limit access to clearance information, GovExec.com, October 10, 2006.