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Government Most of the concerns raised about the FBI's controversial e-mail surveillance tool have been overblown, according to a key member of an independent review team charged with evaluating the system, also known as "Carnivore." Still, the reviewer said, a study soon . . . Most of the concerns raised about the FBI's controversial e-mail surveillance tool have been overblown, according to a key member of an independent review team charged with evaluating the system, also known as "Carnivore." Still, the reviewer said, a study soon to be released will recommend ways in which the FBI could restrict its use of the device.

"We think some of public outcry over Carnivore has been misplaced," said Harold J. Krent, associate dean of the Illinois Institute of Technology's Chicago-Kent College of Law. "But at same time, we do have suggestions for improving and limiting the use of carnivore."

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