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  Posted on: Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Manhattan Prosecutor to Centralize Efforts Against Cybercrime
Many criminals in the city are becoming more sophisticated, like using high-tech tools for identity theft and other forms of computer crimes. The city's response?  Become more tech savvy than the criminals.  The Manhattan district attorney's office on Tuesday announced plans for the construction of a cybercrime lab, which will centralize efforts to target crimes and criminals involving the use of technology.  The lab, to be housed in the district attorney's office, will be staffed by about 50 current employees, including computer forensic staff members, specialized prosecutors, analysts and investigators.
The New York Times
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