Our expert says:
As there is no way to reliably measure how often people cheated in the past ( or even now ) its hard to make comparisons. The issue is rather similar in relation to more traditional health statistics. The more we develop more accurate tests for making a diagnosis, especially if we can make it earlier than usual, the more cases we diagnose. This doesn't mean the condition has become more common, only that we're recognizing it more easily.
And theough there are technical traces left of electronic parts of the cheat, the curiosity is more why the cheater chooses to keep them as souvenirs or trophies, rather than simply deleting them
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