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What If Crime Were Impossible?

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What If Crime Were Impossible?
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Publisher: Univ. of Texas San Antonio
Number of pages: 303

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Imagine societies with better planning, tighter control, more interference, and at the same time with openness and privacy. What if we made full use of computer technology, to enhance our security and our lives? Indeed, what if crime were impossible?

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