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Wanderson Castilho, an electronic crime expert

Wanderson Castilho, an electronic crime expert

A graduate of Physics, Wanderson Castilho specializes in unraveling electronic crimes when he realized he had "the ability to think like a criminal." This gift took him to the position of one who contemplates the dock. He has been working for 10 years, retaining the extraordinary 100% success rate in the 439 cases he investigated, traveling every two months to attend a specialization course in the United States, and published the book "Virtual Detective Handbook." In Brazil, where there are at least 100 cases of electronic crimes per day, there is no specific legislation for this rapidly expanding universe. The crimson ones end up framed in laws that, despite the similarities and similarities, are not in tune with the virtual reality.

"A case of verbal defamation comes to the knowledge of a maximum of 50 people," argues the detective. "In the virtual world, the same slander can be spread to one million." Wanderson points out that, although the penalties are insufficient, the feeling of impunity and certainty of the anonymity of the virtual world is fanciful. The detective assures, for example, that it is much easier to discover the deceiver in these cases than in delinquencies that happen outside the Internet. Wanderson recommends caution to users. Photos displayed on dating sites, for example, are always a full plate for criminal manipulations.

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