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A TERM PAPER ON EFFECT OF CYBER SPACE CRIME MANAGEMENT
The inception of the internet and computer technologies has had a significant influence on modern societies. Information can now be obtained with greater speed, and preserved on an unprecedented large scale. For most businesses, academic institutions, professions and governments, computers are indispensable to the discharge of everyday tasks. However, those benefits come with challenges. New crimes have emerged, and existing ones exacerbated (Clarke, 1998). Many countries now contend with incidents of cyberspace identity theft, cyberspace identity fraud, hacking, sabotage, electronic money laundering and child pornography, among others (Cradduck, 2007). For instance, websites, as well as online facilities such as emails and chat rooms, enable criminals to steal the personal information of innocent users, defraud them, and lauder the proceeds.
Cyberspace refers to the environment where communication over computer networks takes place. And almost everyone in this 21st century is connected to cyberspace in one way or the other. With the emergence of the Internet, the widespread use of credit cards, and the growing volume of e-commerce, the methods used for the commission of cyberspace identity theft changed dramatically. (Newman, 2005) Thieves turned to modern and sophisticated techniques, which enabled them to operate anywhere in the world, and to swindle thousands of people, without being detected. In other words, the Internet changed the traditional nature of identity theft in as much as the thieves are able to launch their attacks, and defraud a large number of people without having any physical contact with them.
With the advent of the Internet, there has also been an increase in the numbers and forms of computer crimes, particularly cyberspace identity theft. This is because computers now possess telecommunication capabilities. Unlike previously when computer crimes were limited to incidents such as trespass, and the destruction of data, identity theft can now be perpetrated by re-routing web users from their intended destinations to bogus websites, unknown to them. This assessment provides background information on the effect of cyber space crime management.
Concept of Cyberspace Crime
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