Last July, introducing the world's first live Internet broadcast from inside a jail, controversial Phoenix, Arizona, sheriff Joe Arpaio called the project educational. "Kids can tune in and see what it's like in the jail," he said proudly. "Maybe they'll learn something." By Internet standards, the round-the-clock "Jail Cam" broadcasts, available free of charge on crime.com —a site developed by the producers of the crime... More >>>