When Henry Ford brought affordable automobiles to the average U.S. citizen in 1908, he also improved the fortunes of criminals by ushering in Crime 1.0 – technology-assisted crime. Fast forward a century: Enter the computer and with it, Crime 2.0 – high technology- assisted crime. Computers and the Internet have made the criminal a better criminal, and while the law, again, is catching up, police don’t have nearly enough resources and expertise to catch crooks to any meaningful extent…
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