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May 5, 1997 – The Institute for Scientific Information(R) (ISI) today announced the availability of Journal Tracker Web, the new ordering system for ISI’s table-of-contents alerting service. Journal Tracker Web can be accessed on ISI’s World Wide Web site via the Journal Tracker home page at http://www.isinet.com/jtrack.gtards.htm Journal Tracker is an e-mail alerting service that delivers tables of contents and author abstracts direct to the desktop from leading scholarly journals, while also providing a seamless link to full-text documents. Drawn from ISI’s prestigious international database of more than 8,000 science, technology, and social science journals, Journal Tracker provides cost-effective table-of-contents alerting for individuals and institutions. “Since Journal Tracker first premiered in 1996, it has been instrumental in providing timely alerts to researchers on a global scale,” said Jim Pringle, Vice Pr

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WASHINGTON – As a growing number of American localities turn towards video surveillance systems – often prompted by grants from the Department of Homeland Security – the American Civil Liberties Union today announced the launch of YouAreBeingWatched.us, a new web site dedicated to tracking the spread of government video surveillance systems throughout American cities. “The new site will provide one-stop shopping for users, including the press, who want to know the big picture and the fine details about the spread of video surveillance systems,” said Caroline Fredrickson, director of the ACLU Washington Legislative Office. The new site will serve as an information clearinghouse to track the deployment of government-run surveillance systems across the United States. It includes a flash map of the United States showing the location of cities that have installed municipal surveillance cameras, a compendium of press clips and other information about camera deployments, links to studies on t

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