Hackers start to feel long arm of law

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Global collaboration is paying off. David Quainton reports on the legal success

A surge of prosecutions for cybercrime took place last month, proving that international co-operation and legislation are starting to have an effect. The high-profile case of spammer Jeremy Jaynes was quickly followed by other prosecutions for phishing, virus writing and theft of source ...

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