Toronto Police and Microsoft have unveiled a new computer system designed to track down internet distributors of child pornography.
The $4.5-million Child Exploitation Tracking System uses internet technology to analyze and compare pornographic pictures seized when an arrest is made.
It also compares email lists and network contacts found on seized computers.
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