Justice Department Starts Cybercrime Web Site

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The Justice Department yesterday launched a new Web site to gather information on cybercrime.


The site, www.cybercrime.gov, will include press releases, officials' speeches, testimony to Congress, legal texts and Justice reports. It will also feature information on electronic intruders, intellectual property, searching and seizing computers, encryption, privacy and international aspects of cybercrime.
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