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 8/2/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style Computer crime Jerald Brooks Computer Literacy:  INF 103 Professor Catherine  White December  05, 2008 Continue
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 8/2/11 101011001 Table of Contents What is Computer crim The history of Computer Hacking. Hackers Who are Hackers Computer Crime Cases Computer Crime Chart Conclusion References
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 8/2/11 Computer crime There are a number of terms for crimes using computers. The use of a computer is integral to committing the offence.  Examples are offences:  computer-related forgery, and computer related fraud. What is Computer Crime Prev. Next
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 8/2/11 The History of Computer  Hacking has been around the development of the first computers.  The first computer hackers emerge at MIT.  Their name is a term to describe  members of a model train that "hack"  trains, tracks, and switches.  A few of the members transfer their  rigging skills to the new computing systems.  Prev. Next
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