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Physical crimes that won’t be possible in 2025


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Physical crimes that won’t be possible in 2025

By John Brandon
Published July 15, 2013

 

Crime is evolving. 100 years ago, the best way to line your coffers was to rob a train. Bank robberies became a lucrative endeavor as well, yielding about $10,000 per heist according to the FBI. Yet, statistics don’t lie: the number of bank robberies dropped 23 percent from 2011 to 2012. As technology advances, some physical crimes -- such as kidnapping, armed robbery, and post office scams -- may decline or disappear entirely, experts say. Here’s a few on the dead pool list.

 

http://www.foxnews.c...intcmp=features



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Agree with all of them. The vast majority of crime in the west will be cybercrime, since that's where the control is located. There will still be a lot of robbery, identity theft & scams that go on though, especially in more poor countries. 


Edited by Ewan, 20 July 2013 - 11:34 PM.


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Armed robberies may still occur. Think about a jewellery. You don't have the money but give me the diamonds and the gold. this and many other examples.

Although they will be less frequent.






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