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Chapter 7 MARITIME FRAUD AND TECHNOLOGY

Maritime Fraud & Piracy

7 MARITIME FRAUD AND TECHNOLOGY MARITIME FRAUD AND TECHNOLOGY 7.001 We have already seen how technical measures can be used to guard against piracy. 1 Technology can certainly assist in the fight against the other crimes considered in Chapters 3 to 5, nearly all of which depend on either a misrepresentation in the bill of lading (or other document), or impersonation of the person entitled to take delivery of the cargo. Both could be made more difficult by technological advances.

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