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Consumers, businesses and governments are embracing e-commerce, social networking and the other powerful tools made available by online technologies.
This has seen a seedy underbelly of crime which has highlighted the importance of investigational and subsequent prosecutorial aspects of cyber crime and associated electronic evidence.
There is a technology-enabled element in most criminal matters investigated by law enforcement agencies worldwide. Measuring the impact of cybercrime and putting an accurate dollar value to it is also difficult.
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