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This week it was revealed that the Postal Service photographs the outsides of every single piece of mail, nearly 160 billion per year. This information can be used by law enforcement to track mail sent to or from a suspect, and was used in the recent case when ricin-laced letters were sent to the president. The program was started in 2001.
This brings up a very serious question: People still mail stuff?