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Panelists revisit inability to share anti-terrorism data

Three years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, intelligence officers at agencies like the CIA and FBI still do not have open access to each other’s databases. Former New Jersey Republican Gov. Thomas Kean, the chairman of an independent commission that investigated the attacks, simply replied “no” on Tuesday when asked if intelligence agencies have computer interface capability. He added that intelligence officials have not provided a timeline for such action but said, “They’re working on it.” Full Story

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