Personal Info Database Raises Privacy Concerns

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Over the past six years, Georgia-based database firm Choicepoint has amassed information on the backgrounds of millions of Americans. Customers use the database for security checks. But there are growing concerns about the accuracy and privacy of the information. Hear NPR's Larry Abramson.



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