Traditional organized crime has been in decline globally as the world has grown increasingly reliant on the Internet and computer systems. With modern surveillance capabilities, it is almost impossible for criminals to get away with anything without using technological methods of their own. Due to this, criminals now form what authorities call "Cybercrime Networks", which are large hacker groups that support and organize criminal activities via the Internet. Smuggling operations are practically automated, using unmanned water or air transportation controlled remotely by the hackers' facilities. Robberies rely heavily on a Network's ability to hack security systems, and racketeering is carried out via robotic drones to grant the racketeer anonymity. Because criminals have such high reliance on automated systems, it is difficult for authorities to prove who was behind these, as crime scenes rarely have human suspects present anymore. There are even attempts by some crime lords to erase all public records of their identity. As criminals find new ways to conduct their operations, authorities must once again find new countermeasures.