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Santa Monica, CA : RAND, 2015.
1 online resource (xi, 52 pages) : color illustrations
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 49-52).
The electronic surveillance challenge. -- Our project was designed to meet the needs of key stakeholders. -- How MIKE was developed. -- How MIKE works. -- Assessing the value of MIKE, stakeholder reactions. -- Sustaining MIKE. -- Appendixes. -- References.
Mobile phones, the networks they connect to, the applications they use, and the services they access all collect and retain enormous amounts of information that can be useful in criminal investigations. However, state and local law enforcement face two substantial challenges when accessing these data: (1) maintaining awareness of the sources and nature of commercial data available to an investigator and (2) determining the legal rules for access to these data. This report explores these issues and describes the development of a prototype tool, the Mobile Information and Knowledge Ecosystem (MIKE), intended to help law enforcement, commercial entities, and policy analysts explore the mobile ecosystem and understand the laws regulating law enforcement's use of data contained within the mobile ecosystem. The tool might also serve as a mechanism for sharing best practices in electronic surveillance.
Online resource; title from PDF cover page (RAND, viewed January 6, 2016).
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