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Obama administration paid contractors millions to snoop through Americans’ financial data
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 37112716:MV8yMjc3NzYyXzM4NzM3MzQwXzkyMEI3MEY=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 37112716:MV8yMjc3NzYyXzM4NzM3MjU5XzY4MjU1NERE] Palantir is one of these companies. Big data, big databases. Driving technology to link different datasets? XML [/quote] I only know because a friend who went to officer's school after college got into the security industry after his 4 years. What happens when you give a 26 yr old a $300,000 salary? Anything they want... I talked to a recruiter at Palantir and they were paying about double the market value for the position I was interested in.. my friend only knew it as a 'computer job', but turned out they're looking for tons of xml gurus/linux admins. If you can't get a top security clearance, they still put you to work organizing data from fortunes 1000 companies. The pay is ridiculous- I can see how can create quiet and loyal employees. [/quote]
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A secretive data collection program run by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau allows private contractors access to millions of Americans’ personal financial information, according to a government accountability group.
The information may also be shared with other federal agencies.
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