Why SOCA has let us down

The Government is in so much trouble at the moment that adding another failure to an already long list might seem pointless. But the Home Office's second annual report on the activities of SOCA, the much trumpeted national crime agency set up by the Blair administration, justifies the fears of many that it would ignore high-tech offences and focus on organised crime.

by Paul Fisher

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