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Computer Involvement Computer as an instrument of the crime Computer used to gain some other criminal objective
Thefts Theft of service Frauds / auction fraud Nigerian email scams Top 10 Internet/Email Scams Computer Involvement
Computer Involvement Computer as incidental to the crime Computer used to simply maintain the efficacy of criminal transactions
Money laundering Trading/storing child pornography Online solicitation Computer Involvement
Computer Involvement Crimes associated with prevalence of computers Targets are mainly the computer industry itself
Copyright infringement Piracy Component theft Computer Crime
Computer Crime How much computer crime is there? Why is it hard to determine the absolute true level of computer crime? Talk it over with neighbor – get two good reasons together Consider: Why numbers change over time.
Types of crime changing over time.
Who is committing these crimes?
Who is reporting them? Tracking Computer Crime
Tracking Computer Crime FBI Crime Statistics Internet Crime Complaint Center National Report New Hampshire Internet Crime Report JUST 405
Introduction to Computers SNL Computer Skit Computer Functions
Computer Functions What is a computer?
A computer is an electronic device that executes the instructions in a program. A computer has four functions: accepts data processes data
produces output stores results Terms
Terms Hardware the physical parts of the computer
Software the programs (instructio...
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- Fall '08