It sounds like the plot of the Cohen Bros: "MATRIX — Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange — is an intranet database regarded as the nation's largest cyber-compilation of personal records. It is touted as an efficient crime-fighting tool that allows agencies to access information with just a nimble fingertip. Searchable databases allow law enforcement agents to probe for people using Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, property records, motor vehicle information and credit history. The information is collected by states and forwarded to a database in Florida, where a private company, Seisint Inc., builds and manages the database. The program essentially cross-references government records from both public and private databases, putting together a dossier on individuals for use by law enforcement."
The people of Utah is, without their own knowledge, participants in an experiment where everything about the inhabitants is put in the rolls of the Big Computer.