information for relevance and effectiveness in light of changing technologies and circumstances. In particular, Congress should reexamine existing law to consider how privacy should be protected in the context of information-based programs (e.g., data mining) for counterterrorism. Such reviews should consider establishment of restrictions on how personal information can be used. Currently, legal restrictions are focused primarily on how records are collected and assessed, rather than on their use.
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