Database Mining and public corruption

Searchlight Crusade has an interesting point on a fringe benefit of financial database mining – it will help catch corrupt public officials who take under the table cash payments.

consider: If everyone’s financial data is public, who is going to be the most scrutinized? If you answered public officials, you win the prize! I can think of no better method of insuring corruption is kept to a minimum.

Via the latest RINO Sightings.

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