TALON Database Complied with Law, IG Says
The Department of Defense TALON database of threat information that compiled information on U.S. persons involved in domestic protests was implemented in compliance with U.S. law, a review by the DoD Inspector General (pdf) concluded. However, some of the raw information was improperly retained in violation of a DoD directive, the IG said in an extensive new report.
See “The Threat and Local Observation Notice (TALON) Report Program,” DoD Inspector General, June 27, 2007 (flagged by Sabrina Pacifici at BeSpacific.com).
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