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Types of Computer Crime
In this modern information age, the innovation and power of technology tests the ethics of the average person, not just the criminal. As a result, computer crime is on the rise. The most common computer crime committed on a daily basis is software piracy (Lilley, 2003). Many people commit this crime without even realizing it. When computer software is …
… body parts and do not represent living individuals.”
To prevent computer crimes involving child pornography, parents, government agencies and schools must band together to familiarize themselves with the issues associated with pornography, understand what could happen to children, take steps to help protect children from exposure, and know how to prevent future crimes.
The Internet has become a crucial tool in both the business sector and …
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