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While cyber-criminals operate in a world without borders, the law enforcement community does not, making a proposed update to computer fraud and abuse laws more essential than ever, a senior Secret Service official told a Senate banking committee today.

“The increasingly multi-national, multi-jurisdictional nature of cyber crime cases has increased the time and resources needed for successful investigation and adjudication,” said Pablo A. Martinez, deputy special agent in charge, Criminal Investigative Division of U.S. Secret Service, in testimony before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. Keep reading →