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FBI asks Minnesota police to put local records into federal database

The FBI calls it a one-stop shop that would help local law enforcers investigate people accused of crimes in other states. But, as MPR reports, federal agents would also have access to the files. That has some people worried about privacy and civil liberties. A task force is meeting Friday to decide how to respond to the FBI's request.
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The FBI calls it a one-stop shop that would help local law enforcers investigate people accused of crimes in other states. But, as MPR reports, federal agents would also have access to the files. That has some people worried about privacy and civil liberties. A task force is meeting Friday to decide how to respond to the FBI's request.

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