The Bush administration has failed to effectively use information technology in the war on terrorism, according to officials at the Markle Foundation, who on Tuesday proposed creating a homeland security information network. “They have not yet taken advantage of technological expertise” available in this country, said Zoe Baird, president of the New York-based foundation. “The government can set up a network that improves our ability to prevent terrorism and protect civil liberties.” After articulating nearly a dozen perceived weaknesses in current information-sharing systems, the group suggested the creation of a System-wide Homeland Analysis and Resource Exchange (SHARE) Network designed to couple Silicon Valley know-how with low-tech law enforcement and intelligence databases. Full Story
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