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December 6, 2012 12:00 AM

Federal polygraph programs are secret even to researchers

Information about polygraph screening is guarded by the agencies that use it, which say they’re protecting their methods from spies or terrorists who might figure out how to infiltrate the government. But critics say the government should be more open about its programs given the growing use of such screening and the scientific controversy over it.

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