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N.H. Focuses On Computer Crime

Date: December 11, 2004
Source: TheChamplainchannel

NASHUA, N.H. -- New Hampshire is stepping up its fight against computer criminals.

Speaking Thursday at a conference on white-collar crime, Attorney General Kelly Ayotte said her office is considering a proposal to create a "master computer brain" to help investigate computer crime. The machine would help investigators decode information on computers seized as evidence.

She said the state also is hiring another analyst to check out computers that have been piling up at the state's forensic lab.

Ayotte said the state also is working with the University of New Hampshire on a survey to identify computer-crime experts around the state and to determine how to best to use them.
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