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DOJ pumps up intellectual property efforts

The Department of Justice has fulfilled or exceeded all recommendations made by an intellectual property task force in October 2004, including new computer crime investigations units in 12 cities, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales announced Tuesday. Since the DOJ’s task force made 31 recommendations for protecting intellectual property, the DOJ has launched Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property (CHIP) units in seven more cities than the task force recommended. The DOJ now has 25 CHIP units across the U.S., and among the newest 12 are units in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Denver, Detroit and Philadelphia. Full Story

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