How Internet crimes continue to move faster than the law

Part II - Surveying Social Media

Missoula County Sheriff's Office Detective Garret Van Hoose's spends many of his work hours learning how to hack ethically and track down criminals all through an IP address. He is a member of the Montana Internet Crimes Against Children's Taskforce, an organization dedicated to the prevention and response to human trafficking.

Van Hoose knows the depths of social media. He just doesn't know if the law can ever catch up with cybercriminals.

"Social media is definitely a moving target. It is a continuous learning process," Van Hoose said. "It's always evolving, and whether you want to call them...


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