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Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS)

The Department of Justice has an office called the Computer Crimes and Intellectual Property Section which works to develop and implement strategies for combating computer and intellectual property crimes. Among other things CCIPS advises front-line agents how to perform electronic surveillance. EFF has submitted FOIA requests for versions of this guidance not already available to the public.

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