A Pakistani security agency has launched a special wing to combat cyber crimes in part because the country had to rely on U.S. investigators to trace e-mails sent by the kidnappers of American journalist Daniel Pearl a year ago. “The purpose of establishing the National Response Center for Cyber Crimes is to stop misuse of the Internet and trace those involved in cyber-related crimes,” Iftikhar Ahmad, spokesman for Pakistan’s Interior Ministry, told the Associated Press on Wednesday. Full Story