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Using the Internet is evidence of a crime

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>From: rmashlan@r2m.com (Robert Mashlan)
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>Subject: Using the Internet is evidence of a crime
>Date: Sat, 03 Aug 1996 08:49:41 GMT
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>From an article on the CNN web site concerning the search for evidence
related to the suspected Olympic bomber:


   Agents visit college campus

   On Friday, federal and state agents visited the campus of Piedmont
   College in Demorest in northeast Georgia to hunt for possible

   Among other things, investigators were trying to determine whether
   the former campus security guard had tapped into the Internet via
   college computers, a campus source reported. Jewell worked at the
   college until May. 

   Bomb-making instructions available through the global computer
   network have contributed to an increase in bombings in the United
   States, authorities say.