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Senator airs concerns about what he calls “spying” on unemployed Iowans

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Senator airs concerns about what he calls “spying” on unemployed Iowans

By O. Kay Henderson A state senator says he is www.tevaka.com “deeply troubled” by a state agency’s decision to hire a Google subsidiary to “spy” on Iowans who are getting unemployment benefits. Senator Bill Dotzler, a Democrat from Waterloo, says the agency is using a half a million dollar federal grant to pay for the company’s services. “Iowa Workforce Development, […]

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