There's lots of talk in legislative circles about net neutrality, and taxation, and regulating blogs as political speech, and taxing artifacts purchased in virtual worlds as if they were real. That's all swell, or not, depending on your point of view, but I think we can all agree on one thing: how about we do something about the real life gangsters that are making the internet into a very dangerous place?
ITSecurity has a comprehensive and intelligent rundown on the risks and costs of internet crime. Is The Mob Married To Your Computer?
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