Law enforcement increasingly uses the sea of information available through social media to assemble intelligence on potential suspects.
Law enforcement increasingly uses the sea of information available through social media to assemble intelligence on potential suspects. Josh Loock McClatchy
Law enforcement increasingly uses the sea of information available through social media to assemble intelligence on potential suspects. Josh Loock McClatchy

Say goodbye to the fingerprint. It’s your digital footprint the FBI wants.

October 25, 2016 5:48 PM

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