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February 1999

Law Technology Product News (Volume 6, Issue 2, p. 1, col. 1)
February 1999

Category: Online Service

GTE Private Network Helps Investigations

Law enforcement officials and prosecutors can use GTE's Web-based, secure Virtual Private Network to share information among local, state and federal organizations, says GTE Law Enforcement Services.

The Bastille offers a comprehensive investigative database and search engine, and allows users to communicate via e-mail and chat rooms, says the company, based in Tampa, Fla. It includes analysis tools to help criminal investigators solve crimes, including facial recognition screening and incident mapping, GTE notes. The Bastille is ideal for sharing gang and drug information; suspect lists; missing or abducted children alerts and photos; sex offender data; neighborhood maps; and more, says GTE.

The new upgrade (version l.2.1) adds enhanced imaging services, more customization options and faster speeds, it says. The security system uses multiple technologies, including firewalls, smart cards with PINs, data encryption, non-routable IP addresses, audit logs, digital watermarking and security authorization levels, says GTE.

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Law Technology Product News (Volume 6, Issue 2, p. 1, col. 4)
February 1999

Category: Cost Recovery

Infosources Releases '99 CD-ROM Directory

INFOSOURCES Publishing, headquartered in Teaneck, N.J., has announced the release of its Directory of Law-Related CD-ROMS 1999.

The new edition, available in paperback, includes listings for more than 1,300 law-related CD-ROM, says the company.

The directory includes several indexes: by publisher, subject, search software, as well as an index of which CD-ROMs will work in Macintosh environments, says the company.

The directory also advises whether the material can be found full-text on the Internet, the company notes. Where applicable, it provides Web site URLs, says Infosources.

The directory is updated three times every year, the company explains. The update service can be ordered in either print or e-mail formats, explains Infosources.

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FROM THE EDITOR

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