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Cyber crime rampant

THE benefits of a computerised workplace are a mirage, according to a new survey, which found Australian offices were more prone to economic crimes than elsewhere. According to the first PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Economic Crime Survey 2003, 47 per cent of Australian businesses suffered from economic crime in the past two years. PWC partner in charge of dispute analysis and investigations Malcolm Shackell said developed countries had a higher incidence for economic crime. The Australian figure was more than North America (41 per cent) and western Europe (34 per cent). Full Story

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