1) For cybercrime, we're talking about China. Cybercrime refers to the general term for a person who USES computer technology to attack his or her system or information with the help of the network, to destroy or use the network for other crimes. It includes crimes committed by the actor on the network by means of programming, encryption and decoding techniques or tools, as well as the use of software instructions by the actor. Network system or product encryption and other technologies and loopholes in legal provisions in the network interaction between the inside and outside of the crime, but also including the actor by virtue of his special status as a network service provider or other means to carry out the crime in the network system. In short, cybercrime is a crime committed against and using the Internet. The essential characteristic of cybercrime is to endanger the security and order of the network and its information. In October 2019, the Supreme People's Court, the Supreme People's Procuratorate jointly released the Supreme People's Court, the Supreme People's Procuratorate on handle the illegal use of information network, help information network criminal activities such as criminal cases to explain some issues of applicable law, and publicized the crime of illegal use of information network and help information network crime typical cases. 2) The issue that we choose is : China Liaoning hacker invades Korea netizen bank, larceny Korea netizen bank deposit incident. In 2013, the network security department of Liaoning public security organs successfully cracked down a large gang that illegally intruded into south Korean websites and stole bank deposits from south Korean netizens. A total of 34 suspects were arrested, with over 2 million yuan of funds and 16 vehicles seized. In January 2013, the network security department of Liaoning public security organs
found that some people posted information such as "purchasing Korean bank information at a high price". Via checking, since 2012, Heilongjiang netizens Mr.
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