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IG: Border surveillance tech needs improvement

Despite spending more than $400 million since 1997 on remote surveillance cameras and sensors along U.S. borders, the technology doesn’t integrate well and is largely ineffective in detecting illegal activity, according to a new report by the Homeland Security Department’s inspector general. The report states that the cameras and seismic and magnetic sensors, which are widely deployed to detect activity along U.S. borders, aren’t automatically linked and cover only about 5 percent of the borders. Full Story

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