Cybercrime must be a priority

Friday, 9 March 2007, 2:46 PM EST

Not enough is being done to prevent low-level cyber-crime because it is not a priority to the police or Home Office, according to independent peer Lord Erroll.

Erroll told Microsoft's Architectural Insight Conference that cybercrime has been a contentious issue for some time and is not going away.

At vnunet.

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