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Submission + - DOJ Budget Details High-Tech Crime Fighting Tools (go.com)

An anonymous reader writes: The budget request shows that the FBI is currently developing a new Advanced Electronic Surveillance program which is being funded at $233.9 million for 2010. The program has 133 employees, 15 of whom are agents. According to the budget documents released Thursday, the program, otherwise known as "Going Dark," supports the FBI's electronic surveillance intelligence collection and evidence gathering capabilities, as well as those of the greater Intelligence Community.
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DOJ Budget Details High-Tech Crime Fighting Tools

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