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Cyber criminals in the online of fire

POLICE around the country have joined forces to fight hi-tech crime with the launch yesterday of the Australian High Tech Crime Centre. It will provide a nationally co-ordinated approach to fighting serious, complex and multi-jurisdictional hi-tech crimes. The hi-tech crime centre will be hosted by the Australian Federal Police in Canberra. It will have an initial staff of 13, which is expected to expand. Its role includes education and prevention of hi-tech crime through co-operation with law enforcement, government agencies, industry groups and private organisations. Centre director Alastair MacGibbon said it was hard to say if hi-tech crime was increasing. Full Story

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