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Tackling crime online

The proposal to share criminal records across the European Union could put additional pressure on e-government services, especially with the entry of the new member states, writes Paul T Colgan.

27th November, 2004

The proposal to share criminal records across the European Union could put additional pressure on e-government services, especially with the entry of the new member states, writes Paul T Colgan.

Pl ans by the E u r o p e a n Commission to c re ate a computerised exchange system which would share criminal records between European Union member states, are expected to be in place before the end of the year.

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