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Pen-Link, Ltd. (PenLink)
HeadquartersLincoln, Nebraska, USA
ProductsPLX, Pen-Link 8, LINCOLN2, PenProxy, Xnet

Pen-Link, Ltd., (PenLink) is a software company that develops enterprise-grade communications surveillance data collection and analysis solutions for domestic law enforcement.[1] Their products include PLX, Pen-Link 8, LINCOLN2, PenProxy, and Xnet.

One of the more publicized uses of PenLink's products was during the Laci Peterson murder case, where wiretaps taken with Pen-Link 8 and LINCOLN2, were used as evidence against Scott Peterson.

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  1. ^ Mullin, Chet (2007-09-25). "Pen-Link employees cash in on growing surveillance business". Omaha World-Herald. Retrieved 10 March 2009.[permanent dead link]

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