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Resource ID: #16877
Subject: Privacy
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)
Date: 2000-10-12



As drug dealers send cash and narcotics via "X-Daddy" (FedEx), tension is building between shippers and law enforcement over access to suspect packages. U.S. Customs Service seized 970 drug-laden packages in '99, up from 69 in '96. The U.S. Attorney in Richmond, Va., has accused UPS of failing to cooperate on one of its investigations. Shippers maintain their priority is simply on-time delivery.

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