The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is taking the lead in establishing an information network for e-crime prosecutors around the world. The CPS, responsible for prosecuting cases brought by law enforcement agencies, claims to be one of the first such authorities to educate lawyers in how best to handle e-crime cases, and has so far trained 120 prosecutors…
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