Feds Sued On Security Sweep

Cabinet faces two federal lawsuits over a plan to collect fingerprints and mandatory credit checks on hundreds of thousands of government employees. Memos obtained through Access To Information indicate senior management hoped to avoid “political and media attention” over the mammoth security sweep that includes scrutiny of individuals’ Facebook postings: ‘Nurses, doctors, lawyers, the person who answers the phone — it applies to everybody’.

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