Technology Boosts Counterfeit Circulation


The U.S. Secret Service seized $62 million of counterfeit currency in the 2006 fiscal year, up 69% from 2003.


About 54% of the fake currency collected was produced digitally, most likely using home computers and printers; in 1996, only 1% was made using digital technology.

Source: USA Today.

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