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carnivore

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Meat vending machine curbs carnivore cravings

Smart Butcher's meat vending machine is a carnivore's fever dream come true. The machine dispenses steaks and sausages at a convenience store in Alabama.

By November 21, 2011

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FBI turns to broad new wiretap method

FBI's Internet wiretaps after retiring "Carnivore" appear to involve compiling massive databases of information on thousands of users at a time.

By January 30, 2007

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Carnivore redux

The FBI's tool may be shelved, but CNET News.com's Declan McCullagh says the government still has an appetite for Internet wiretaps.

By January 31, 2005

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Documents reveal Carnivore deficiencies

A privacy watchdog group makes public internal FBI documents that discuss failures of the agency's Carnivore online surveillance technology.

By May 28, 2002

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FBI to divulge more Carnivore details

A federal judge orders the bureau to expand its search for records about its e-mail surveillance system.

March 27, 2002

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FBI wants Carnivore powers for phone taps

The agency asks telecommunications companies to make changes in their state-of-the-art networks to make it easier for the FBI to conduct surveillance, a report says.

November 21, 2001

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FBI wants Carnivore powers for phone taps

The agency asks telecommunications companies to make changes in their state-of-the-art networks to make it easier for the FBI to conduct surveillance, a report says.

November 21, 2001

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FBI takes the teeth out of Carnivore's name

The investigative agency dresses its online wolf in sheep's clothing, changing the name of its controversial e-mail surveillance system to the less beastly moniker of DSC1000.

February 9, 2001

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Carnivore could eat into wireless e-mails

Federal law enforcement officials may use a controversial surveillance technology to monitor e-mail and other text messages delivered through wireless devices, such as cell phones.

By August 24, 2001

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The real problem with Carnivore

A News.com reader writes that there are many ways digital-tracking systems could be used to interfere with legitimate and legal processes.

July 25, 2001