Every day, millions of people go online and surf the web. It has become part of our everyday routine, a routine many cannot recall living without. Whether we are researching information for work, for school, or shopping for a new car, the internet has become the number one resource for accessing information and connecting to others. Users provide their personal information from where they live, where they work, social security number, banking information, and every other conceivable personal piece of information required to access desired resources; however, they are not alone. As the general population goes about their daily routine of accessing and distributing information, a new breed of criminal is online with them using their information to commit crimes all over the globe.
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