WASHINGTON -- In an effort to help retailers collaborate better with each other and with law enforcement on reducing retail theft, the National Retail Federation here plans to launch a Web-based network this month for sharing information on criminal activity. The network, called the Retail Loss Prevention Intelligence Network (RLPIN), will allow any retailer to use a Web browser to share data on criminal activities taking place in its stores, such as items stolen and names or pictures of ...

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