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+ - FBI Prioritizes Copyright Issues; Not So Concerned->

Submitted by logjon
logjon (1411219) writes "While we've seen that copyright infringement — which really should be a civil issue dealt with between private parties — has suddenly become a major priority for the FBI, it appears that the FBI has stopped caring about things that seem a lot more important. Earlier this year, we noted that the FBI had stopped considering identity fraud as a priority. Now, a new report notes that another thing the FBI appears to not care much about are missing persons cases."
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