The Czech police have too few experts in computing to combat cyber crime, according to the supreme state attorney, Lenka Bradáčová. Speaking at the Senate on Tuesday, she said the state needed to find such specialists and pay them accordingly. Ms. Bradáčová said crime was moving online and that property crime conducted across borders and by anonymous perpetrators was not the only issue; privacy is also under threat while sexual crimes, including against children, are increasing, she said.
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