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How online crime ushered in the age of the 'Internet Police'

Cover of Nate Anderson's book,
Cover of Nate Anderson's book, "The Internet Police."
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The Internet has brought us all sorts of wonderful things, but it also has a dark side. 

Spam, identity theft, and child pornography, to name a few. Preventing crime online is a tremendously difficult task. Nate Anderson of Ars Technica, and author of "Internet Police: How Crime Went Online and the Cops Followed," joins the show to explain how law enforcement agencies evolved online.