Screening Against OFAC List of Terrorists, Drug Traffickers is Potentially Problematic (Bureau of National Affairs Human Resources Report 6/18/2007)
June 18, 2007
Supporters say the list helps helps companies maintaing workplace security, while helping the nation keep terrorists and drug cartels from plugging into the U.S. financial network. But critics call the list mostly irrelevant and say that false hits have led to discrimination against individuals with Latino-, Middle Eastern-, or Muslim-sounding names.
From the June 18, 2007 Bureau of National Affairs Human Resources Report.
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