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- MONEY AND TROUBLE- An analysis of motive within Europe Wolfgang Stoltzenbergs business Castor Holdings displayed the illusion of being a very successful company and the large banks of the world continued to lend to Stoltzenberg despite the fact that in reality the business had not made a profit in years Castor Holdings was a parent company to York-Hannover that was run by Kersten Von Wersebe Eventually when the banks began to foreclose and call back their loans Stoltzenberg had to file for bankruptcy It is believed by independent auditors that Wolfgang may have siphoned off as much as 200 million pounds and deposited it over a large number of bank accounts throughout the world Still lives in Belgravia and as yet no real money has been found or traced to him Colombian cartels use corporate criminals in Europe to launder their drug money Introduction The intention of this paper is to highlight the different levels of computer crime in Europe and to examine the various motives involved One interesting factor from my point of view is how the traditional organised economic crime has adapted to the worldwide potential of globalisation Although globalisation has led to the blurring of the distinction between economic crime and organised crime residual elements remain The global network has made economic crime more lucrative more anonymous and therefore less risky The focus of this essay will be on the part that European countries play in facilitating global computer crime and the role and motivation of corporations and individual actors within a European setting In order to present this essay with some element of clarity it is necessary at first to distinguish between the different areas of computer crime that I will be discussing Crime committed with the aid of computers can be separated into four distinct categories
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