While a recent online harassment case in Danville (USA) started a push for computer crime legislation, some experts say the problem isn’t that laws don’t exist to fight such crimes â€” it’s that agencies don’t know how to use those laws. And worse, they say new laws could further complicate an area that many jurisdictions already have trouble understanding. “Something needs to be standardized, but we’re not at that point yet,” said Detective Bryan Vevera, a computer crime specialist with the Walnut Creek Police Department. “Every agency has a different view of how to handle it.” But Vevera said new legislation is not the answer…
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