There is a new breed of super-sleuth emerging in the virtual world of the web. For both petty criminals and major terrorist groups, internet detectives are fast becoming a force to be reckoned with.
Making it his business to track down criminal activity through the web, Guido Rudolphi, the Sherlock Holmes of the cyber world, considers himself a legal hacker. "So much more information can be accessed, quite legally, than the individual user would ever imagine."
Rudolphi has taken advantage of this new free-flow of online information to catch paedophiles, fraudsters, and even unearth international cells of Al-Quaeda.
He demonstrates how it takes less than twenty minutes to establish a persons credentials, locate them and hand them over to the police. "People seem to think theyre anonymous online, that nothing can happen to them there thats very naive."