Electronic crime is to have its own business unit within the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) for the first time. At the last estimate, e-crime was costing the UK economy £2.5bn a year, and until now it has been dealt with by Acpo as just one part of business crime. But the growing threat means law enforcement is taking it more seriously, said Charlie McMurdie, head of the Metropolitan Police computer crime unit…
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