London looses £267 million to cyber crime

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London looses £267 million to cyber crime
21st October 2014

In the last year alone Londoners have lost £267 million to online criminals and half of the victims feel ‘violated’ by the experience.

This news comes as part of this years Get Safe Online Week who are promoting the campaign Dot Be a Victim.

One issue with online crime is the perception that the victims will never see the perpetrators, the campaign are trying to highlight that despite the fact that there is no physical harm, robbery will still effect the victims mentally.

The chief executive of that organisation, Tony Neate explains how people fall victim to this crime, who these people are and what can be done to prevent it.

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