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APR 22, 2013 - Forbes

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Lessons From Crowdsourcing the Boston Marathon Bombings Investigation

All it took was a couple of hours for high-school sophomore Salah Barhoum to have his entire world turned upside down.  Up until that point, he was best known for being a standout athlete.  But suddenly, through no fault of his own, he was being followed by strange men convinced that he was responsible for the heinous bombings at the Boston Marathon that happened just days earlier.  The FBI had not named any suspects yet, but his face was already on the cover of the NY Post, labeled as a person of interest. Unfortunately for Barhoum, and well over a dozen others, they were ... Read More

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