A new U.K. police force dedicated to tracking down cybercriminals is gearing up to make the most of what one senior police official acknowledges is limited funding. The Police Central e-crime Unit, due to begin operations soon, came to be as part a comprehensive overview of how the U.K. handles fraud and e-crime after years of criticism that the government wasn’t doing enough. The unit will receive £7 million (US$10 million) in funding over the next three years from the Home Office and Metropolitan Police…
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