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it's the same in every industry. I was discussing that with a couple of very experienced business associates today. Which means there is a ton of white space for an organization or business that sees what is needed and goes after it...

It is very interesting to me that this report takes criminal activity into account (with regard to public exposure as a means of disrupting existing power structures both criminal and beneficial). There are also shades of this in the phrase "powerful new forms of persuasion will reshape our approaches to regulation and control" -- when I read that, I thought of the counterfeiting industry.

Even so, law enforcement as we know it has always been slow to adapt to trends, for a variety of reasons (entrenched attitudes, budget constraints, etc.) Corporate investigation has picked up some of the slack with regard to intellectual property, but there are still disconnects (not to mention issues with government/private cooperation).

Must think more, and digest...

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