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Tracing the Identity of a Money Launderer, LSE  Title:
 Money laundering: definition and methods



In the information society, almost every aspect of daily life – from magazine subscriptions to financial transactions - is subject to being captured and incorporated in a database. The electronic traces are then used to develop models of who people are and what they do which, in turn, are used to inform decision-making in a variety of areas. One such area is crime prevention and detection, and this paper describes how profiling is used in the fight against money laundering. 



Tracing the Identity of a Money Launderer, LSE  fidis-wp2-del2.2.Cases_stories_and_Scenario_04.sxw  Money laundering: definition and methods
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