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  Operation Ore Wednesday 12 November 2003  
It's been two years' since the beginning of Operation Ore, Britain's largest ever police hunt against internet paedophiles.

But has the police investigation, which has resulted in more than a thousand arrests, been the success it's been hailed as or are the police targeting the least dangerous paedophiles by looking at outdated technology?
Professor David Wilson, professor of Criminology at the Univesity of Central England, Gemma Holland from the University of York's Combating Paedophile Information Networks in Europe and Stuart Hyde, Assistant Chief Constable of Crime in the West Midlands, join Jenni to discuss the issues.

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