NEW YORK – The Federal Bureau of Investigations has been subjecting employees who were born overseas or have relatives or friends abroad to an internal surveillance program, the New York Times reported Saturday. The program began after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, and is meant to stop foreign spies from infiltrating the FBI. Employees who are part of the program, which is called the Post-Adjudication Risk Management plan, are subjected to frequent security interviews, polygraph tests, scrutiny of their travel records, and reviews of their electronic files, the Times reported.
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