Freedom of expression has a high price according to cybercrime reports at the Hague. And this isn't just a European problem. It crosses the globe affecting individuals through the development and sale of bank fraud software, corporations through document and intellectual property theft, and governments through cyber espionage activities.
This is a situation that is getting worse not better.
Although we continuously argue about privacy there seems little that we can do to stem the tide of cybercrime. Yet a simple things like a complex password makes a huge difference.
Thanks to the BBC
BBC News - Hague gives cybercrime warning