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Ohio Authorities Step up Efforts Against Cybercrime

Ohio law enforcement has begun focusing on crimes involving technology because almost every criminal case these days “may involve a computer or a cellphone,” says Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.

Here are some new developments in fighting cybercrime in Ohio, as reported by The News-Herald in Willoughby:

  • The Attorney General’s Office has established a Cyber Crimes Unit, which helps local law enforcement recover text messages, photos and other data from computers, cellphones and other electronic devices.
  • The Lake County Sheriff’s Office now has a computer system, called Cop-in-a-Box, that constantly searches the Internet for child pornography, solicitations for prostitution and other online crimes.
  • In Willoughby, police monitor and for criminal activity. Willoughby police made a dozen arrests based on one “adult services” advertisement.

If you have been charged with a cybercrime, contact a Ohio criminal defense attorney who has experience defending computer-related charges.

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