There’s a new technology that’s adding fuel to the already fierce debate over privacy on the Internet. It’s a piece of software called NetRadar that can spy on groups who are using the Internet to exchange information and to organize. The software will be used primarily by Fortune 500 companies and local police. It will enable them to gather information on groups such as hackers, protestors and disgruntled employees. Rest of the article here: http://abcnews.go.com/onair/CloserLook/wnt_000516_CL_netsecurity.html .