An eagle-eyed reader found this little gem at rcmp-grc.gc.ca: “The Firearms Internet Investigations Support (FIIS) Unit provides a range of Internet support services, both in the firearm applicant screening process and directly to front-line police officers. The CFP FIIS gathers information from a variety of open sources and, when potentially criminal activities involving firearms are detected, the information is forwarded to the police of jurisdiction for further investigation. In 2012, the CFP FIIS unit screened 2,793 firearms licence applicants and forwarded 55 follow-up reports, regarding high-risk applicants, to CFOs. In addition, the FIIS unit generated a number of files for police investigation and identified potential school firearm threats within Canada and within the United States.” Wait. Within the U.S.? What are the odds that the ATF, DHS, CA DOJ and/or some other American LEO has a similar unit surfing the net for firearms-related material? Better than the odds of ending this post with a preposition (up with which I will not put).