How the Arizona Attorney General Created a Secretive, Illegal Surveillance Program to Sweep up Millions of Our Financial Records | ACLU
New records obtained by the ACLU shed light on the scope of a mass surveillance program keeping tabs on Americans’ financial data.

The state of Arizona was sending at least 140 illegal subpoenas to money transfer companies to compel them to turn over private financial data of 145 million individuals, amassing it in a huge database and giving virtually unfettered access to thousands of officers from hundreds of law enforcement agencies across the country.

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