By Jaylan Boyle, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Last week saw the launch of the 'Fim da Linha' (End of the Line) initiative by the federal government. The program is designed to combat both the reputation and reality Brazil has for being a haven for international criminals seeking refuge from the law of their home countries. The areas of sex tourism, child pornography, and drug trafficking will be given particular attention.
The primary goal of the project is to connect Brazil's security institutions with an international private internet-based network called the I-24/7, which will link concerned . . .