Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. recently issued a plea to internal government watchdogs to clamp down on federal workers who invade citizens’ privacy.

In an Oct. 18 memo to every inspector general in the federal government those responsible for ferreting out fraud, waste, and abuse Holder asked that privacy laws be aggressively enforced to “prevent and protect against the inappropriate collection, use, and disclosure by governmental agencies of sensitive personal information.”

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