The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) cares about your privacy. Really. And to prove it, the secretive agency established for "preserving our freedoms" recently released a report assessing the job of fusion centers
— the intelligence-sharing operation that mashes national security data with suspicious-activity law enforcement reports for state, local and federal authorities.
In an interesting moment of synchronicity with civil liberties advocates, DHS admits, yeah, there may be a few problems.