The software, called "Computer Cop," enables parents to monitor their children's' online activities by scanning photos, videos and emails for inappropriate or threatening content. The program was paid for with assets seized from drug dealers.
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Five hundred copies of the software will be made available. It can be picked up at any Contra Costa library or any of the District Attorney's three regional offices:
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