Law enforcement not only faces complex jurisdictional issues, but they also often experience communication barriers. Imagine explaining some complex technical and legal issues to someone with whom you have no language in common.
Finally, law enforcement is very busy these days. While law enforcement officials do aggressively seek out spyware perpetrators, they also have many other priorities, like thwarting terrorist attacks or investigating organized crime, just to name a few. Fighting spyware is certainly important, but at the same time, we have to understand the limited resources and great responsibilities we place on our law enforcement personnel.
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