According to US Attorney Jeff Sessions, one doctor distributed 2.2 million unnecessary doses of oxycodone and fentanyl.
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When ComputerCOP debuted in the late 1990s, its original title was “Bo Dietl’s One Tough ComputerCOP,” which capitalized on the fame of celebrity New York detective, Bo Dietl, who had just had his career adapted into a major motion picture, “One Tough Cop,” starring Stephen Baldwin. In the early 2000s, Bo Dietl’s toughness was dropped from the title and a keylogger was added to the “deluxe” version of the package. ComputerCop scans the hard drive looking for phrases in its dictionary of thousand of keywords related to drugs, sex, gangs and hate groups. While that feature may sound impressive, in practice the software is unreliable. On some computer systems, it produces a giant haystack of false positives, including flagging items as innocent as raw computer code.