New Hampshire is stepping up its fight against computer criminals. Speaking at a conference on white-collar crime, Attorney General Kelly Ayotte said her office is considering a proposal to create a “master computer brain” to help investigate computer crime. The machine would help investigators decode information on computers seized as evidence.
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