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Police survey wants to test your knowledge of cyber crime

Cyber Crime

11:03am 7th December 2017

Thames Valley Police are asking people to fill in an anonymous survey to see what you know about cyber crime.

It's so they can better understand people's knowledge of it, and use that to tailor their advice.

The survey is only said to take a few minutes.

You can find it here.

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