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FBI’s Most Wanted: A Social Media Monitoring Tool

January 30, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

An FBI listing on FedBizOpps.gov is putting out the call for developers to submit software capable of automatically monitoring social media channels for he purpose of detecting criminal activity. “Given the overwhelming volume of data generated on the Internet … it is no surprise that the FBI is completely overwhelmed and unable to do any type of canvassing through basic human intervention,” said Cornell’s Tracy Mitrano.

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