Law enforcement now uses the Internet for surveillance
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Privacy According to the FBI, Los Angeles is the bank robbery capitol of the world. In its effort to keep up with the bad guys, one of the smaller police stations in the area, Seal Beach, is trying a new technology called . . . According to the FBI, Los Angeles is the bank robbery capitol of the world. In its effort to keep up with the bad guys, one of the smaller police stations in the area, Seal Beach, is trying a new technology called A-TIP: alarm-triggered Internet protocol. Dean Hoagland, the security director at Rockwell Federal Credit Union, remembers September 9, 1999 well. That's when armed bandits robbed his bank.

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