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Utah’s attorney general has suspended a $20.7 million contract with a technology company using government surveillance data to develop a crime-detection program amid reports its founder once belonged to a white supremacist group and was involved in a drive-by shooting.

Attorney General Sean Reyes said Tuesday that no one in his office was aware of Banjo founder Damien Patton’s past when it signed the contract and that he would run an independent audit to address privacy concerns it has received over the program and possible bias.

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By Sage

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