The DEA Ran a Massive Database of People Who Bought Money-Counting Machines for Years

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The DEA Ran a Massive Database of People Who Bought Money-Counting Machines for Years

Published on 23rd August 2015
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The DEA Ran a Massive Database of People Who Bought Money-Counting Machines for Years

The Drug Enforcement Administration maintained a database of people who purchased money-counting machines as part of a “legally questionable” effort to identify suspected drug dealers for further surveillance and enforcement efforts, the New York Times reported on Saturday.
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