The current state of computer insecurity obviously isn't enough of a problem.
Otherwise companies wouldn't leave laptops with confidential information behind in taxis, they wouldn't fail to encrypt confidential data when it's transmitted over the internet.
Governments in certain rice eating or vodka drinking countries wouldn't tolerate organised cyber crime rings to operate, and western governments would realise that police has a tough time battling crimes that are committed in mere seconds if it takes weeks to obtain a search warrant.
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