When you build a surveillance system, you invite trusted insiders to abuse that system: According to the indictment, Robinson, began a relationship with an unidentified woman in 2002 that ended acrimoniously seven months later. After the breakup, federal authorities allege Robinson accessed a government database known as the TECS (Treasury Enforcement Communications System) at least 163 times to track the travel patterns of the woman and her family. What I want to know is how he got caught. It c[...]

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