another term for cybercrime. the survey found that fewer than a quarter of companies even reported e-crime to the police
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- There are disturbing signs that traditional British organised crime is waking up to the profits and uses of e-crime.
- We don't know quite how bad things have become today—there are no reliable figures for e-crime.
- People are said to fear e-crime more than mugging.
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- E-criminals take advantage of new broadband technology to infiltrate spamming software into computers, often in private homes.
- The report said the days when the e-criminal was a "lonely hacker searching for attention" are long gone.
- Software firms should be forced to pay up if their customers fall victim to e-criminals because of security flaws, an influential Parliamentary group said today.
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