Is virtual murder the new frontier for cyber crime?

Identity theft a growing concern as with enough personal information, hackers can get people "killed".

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    While traditional offences are on the decline in many countries, cybercrime and identity theft are rising.  

    In Australia and New Zealand, more than a million people are at risk each year.

    As Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney, even the dead aren't spared.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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