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Army Quietly Opens JetBlue Probe

The Pentagon, which has remained tight-lipped for the past two months about its part in the JetBlue passenger data scandal, told an oversight committee last week that the Army Inspector General’s office is looking into whether the Army violated the Privacy Act when it hired a contractor to use airline passenger records to study base security. The announcement comes just weeks after Governmental Affairs Committee chairwoman Susan Collins (R-Maine) and ranking member Joe Lieberman (D-Connecticut) wrote Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld asking whether the Pentagon had complied with federal data protection rules and whether an investigation had been launched. Full Story

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