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Private company sells access to intelligence database

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World Check says it provides intelligence profiles of risky individuals so banks and other groups can be sure they are not accidentally engaged in illegal acts. Monia Mazigh says it's a blacklist, created for profit and operated without accountability. Mazigh speaks with Redeye host Esther Hsieh.

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