Organised criminals are starting to recruit IT students, according to a new report from security vendor McAfee. The revelation came as experts called for a greater focus on ethics in technology courses. The McAfee Virtual Criminology Report into organised crime and the internet was produced with co-operation from the FBI and European high-tech crime units, including the Metropolitan Policeâ€™s Computer Crime Unit. It reports that 68 out of 77 computer science students at one US university admitted to committing an illegal computer act, such as using another personâ€™s account or writing a virus…
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