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PBS NEWSHOUR

Crowdsourced Sleuthing Offers Eyes and Ears, Wrong Turns

  • Aired: 04/19/2013
  • 07:23
  • Rating: NR
Sophisticated technology and crowdsourcing have helped police and the public work together in identifying the suspects in the Boston bombing. But some of the theories posited online have targeted innocent people. Ray Suarez interviews former deputy homeland security adviser Richard Falkenrath and Will Oremus of Slate.
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