DHS program risks collecting, sharing more PII than needed (fiercegovernmentit.com)

A DHS privacy impact assessment concludes that suspicious activity reports compiled by the National Infrastructure Coordinating Center, called “Patriot Reports,” risk unnecessarily collecting and retaining personally identifiable information such as an individual’s name, address, phone numbers, social security number, race, ethnicity, height and weight, eye color, hair color,other identifying information and features.

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