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For purposes of this section, "integrated search service" is a service operated by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension that allows authorized users to search and view data that are stored on one or more databases maintained by criminal justice agencies, as defined in section 299C.46, subdivision 2.
An individual who is the subject of data accessible through the integrated search service has access to the service only as provided in this section. An individual may request that an integrated search service query to locate data about the individual be performed by state or local law enforcement agencies with integrated search service access. State and local law enforcement agencies with integrated search service access shall provide only the following:
(1) a list of the government entities that have provided public or private data about that individual through integrated search service; and
(2) data that describe what is maintained about the individual at each government entity on the list.
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension shall provide the following information at a public Internet site:
(1) a listing of all law enforcement agencies with integrated search service access; and
(2) information for individual data subjects on how to challenge the accuracy or completeness of data pursuant to section 13.04, subdivision 4.
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