South Korea's net nirvana spawns good, bad and ugly results

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  • Tuesday, 06 Dec 2011

SEOUL (Reuters) - On a single, dimly-lit floor in the towering central Seoul headquarters of Korea's National Police Agency, dozens of hard drives and mobile phones sit on shelves awaiting dissection.

Officials flit between cubicles, comparing notes, as above their heads massive LCD screens churn out graphs and charts for experts to interpret as all-clear signals or dire warnings.

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