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Obama administration paid contractors millions to snoop through Americans’ financial data
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[quote:SteamrolledGobias:MV8yMjc3NzYyXzM4NzM5NDI3XzI0OEVFNDlD] [quote:Anonymous Coward 12403574:MV8yMjc3NzYyXzM4NzM4OTQyX0IyREE0M0Ez] [quote:Exemplar:MV8yMjc3NzYyXzNCMTlBNEU2] http://dailycaller.com/2013/06/27/obama-administration-paid-contractors-millions-to-snoop-through-americans-financial-data/ 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. [/quote] Obama strikes again. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was supposed to help the consumer in the event of financial fraud. Instead it is used to SPY on the people! [/quote] yeah when I saw that I had to do a Google search just to learn wtf their job is [/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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