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  Financial and Computer Crimes Bureau  
  The Financial and Computer Crimes Bureau responsibilities range from antitrust, civil forfeiture, mortgage fraud, bank fraud, tax fraud, and securities fraud to computer crimes, including child pornography. The Bureau investigates white collar crimes involving securities fraud, tax fraud, banking fraud, mortgage fraud, consumer fraud, and money laundering. The Bureau also investigates sophisticated high-technology cases, including computer network intrusions, child pornography, online predator, identity theft and online auction fraud cases. The Bureau also works with the State Police computer crimes units, including the New Jersey Internet Crimes against Children Task Force. 

Another aspect of the Bureau includes criminal and civil enforcement of the New Jersey Antitrust Act, N.J.S.A. 56:9-1 et seq, which includes the investigation and prosecution of violations of the Antitrust Act and other criminal laws relating to anti-competitive conduct, such as bid-rigging, price-fixing, market allocation, monopolies, commercial bribery and other such acts or practices that restrain trade and commerce within the State of New Jersey to illegally eliminate competition. In civil antitrust litigation, the responsibilities include legal action on behalf of the citizens of the State to recoup money damages.




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