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We now live in a new era from our parents the digital and technological era Almost every house now has a television in it and a great number of homes now have computers This new era has not come without some struggle and controversy People see these new technology and devises very differently Some see this as a threat to the status quo Others see new tools and opportunities for industries businesses personal use Within this new era we have found new ways to make our lives much simpler and more efficient However this new era may have also given us problems of crime an enormous amount of expense and a tendency of laziness because of an easier life due to technology Opponents see the emergence of the new digital era as an enormous burden placed upon them Some may argue that by creating a new industry the computer industry that there is a whole new arena for crime Software piracy data theft and computer hacking are now new areas for criminals to exploit Enormous amounts of money must be spent to police the new crimes that have come from these new crimes However others would argue that these costs are negligible compared to the enormous benefits that these new technologies have given us and have yet to give us Technology may have given criminals a new area to exploit but also gives us the new tools for fighting it It is a two way street there are costs and benefits To some the costs outweigh the benefits to others it is the exact opposite The basic question is whether we lead technology or does it lead us Because of the ever growing problems that the world faces we tend to rely more and more upon these tools given to us by the new era of technology to combat it Some would say that the cause of these problems are caused by our
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