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Crime and the Internet - Wall, David (ed.)
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents: 1. Introduction: Crime and the Internet David Wall 2. Crime Futures: The challenge of crime in the information age Ken Pease 3. Telecommunication Fraud in the Digital Age: The converging of technologies Peter Grabosky and Russell Smith 4. Between the Risk and the Reality Falls the Shadow: Evidence and urban legends in computer fraud Michael Levi 5. Hacktivism: In search of lost ethics? 6. Last of the Rainmacs? Thinking about pornography in cyberspace Bela Bomita Chatterjee 7. Criminalising Online Speech to 'Protect' the Young: What are the benefits and costs? Marjorie Heins 8. Controlling Illegal and Harmful Content on the Internet Yaman Akendiz 9. Cyber-stalking: Tackling harassment in the internet Louise Ellison 10. The Language of Cybercrime Matt Williams 11. Maintaining Order and Law on the Internet David Wall 12. Policing Hi-tech Crime in the Global Context: The role of trans-national policy networks Paul Norman 13. The Criminal Courts On-line Clive Walker Index Is the internet really powerful enough to allow a sixteen year old to become the biggest threat to world peace since Adolf Hitler? Are we all now susceptible to cyber-criminals who can steal from us without even having to leave the comfort of their own armchairs? These are fears which have been articulated since the popular development of the internet, yet criminologists have been slow to respond to them. Consequently, questions about what cybercrimes are, what their impacts will be and how we respond to them remain largely unanswered. Organised into three sections, this book engages with the various criminological debates that are emerging over cybercrime. The first section looks at the general problem of crime and the internet. It then describes what is understood by the term 'cybercrime' by identifying some of the challenges for criminology. The second section explores the different types of cybercrime and their attendant problems. The final section contemplates some of the challenges that cybercrimes give rise to for the criminal justice system. This groundbreaking text examines for the first time the nature and consequences of crime on the internet, and analyses the new challenges that cybercrimes pose to the criminal justice system. 240 pages - 234 x 156 mm Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents:1. Introduction: Crime and the Internet David Wall 2. Crime Futures: The challenge of crime in the information age Ken Pease 3. Telecommunication Fraud in the Digital Age: The converging of technologies Peter Grabosky and Russell Smith 4. Between the Risk and the Reality Falls the Shadow: Evidence and urban legends in computer fraud Michael Levi 5. Hacktivism: In search of lost ethics? 6. Last of the Rainmacs? Thinking about pornography in cyberspace Bela Bomita Chatterjee 7. Criminalising Online Speech to 'Protect' the Young: What are the benefits and costs? Marjorie Heins 8. Controlling Illegal and Harmful Content on the Internet Yaman Akendiz 9. Cyber-stalking: Tackling harassment in the internet Louise Ellison 10. The Language of Cybercrime Matt Williams 11. Maintaining Order and Law on the Internet David Wall 12. Policing Hi-tech Crime in the Global Context: The role of trans-national policy networks Paul Norman 13. The Criminal Courts On-line Clive Walker IndexIs the internet really powerful enough to allow a sixteen year old to become the biggest threat to world peace since Adolf Hitler? Are we all now susceptible to cyber-criminals who can steal from us without even having to leave the comfort of their own armchairs? These are fears which have been articulated since the popular development of the internet, yet criminologists have been slow to respond to them. Consequently, questions about what cybercrimes are, what their impacts will be and how we respond to them remain largely unanswered.Organised into three sections, this book engages with the various criminological debates that are emerging over cybercrime. The first section looks at the general problem of crime and the internet. It then describes what is understood by the term 'cybercrime' by identifying some of the challenges for criminology. The second section explores the different types of cybercrime and their attendant problems. The final section contemplates some of the challenges that cybercrimes give rise to for the criminal justice system.This groundbreaking text examines for the first time the nature and consequences of crime on the internet, and analyses the new challenges that cybercrimes pose to the criminal justice system.240 pages - 234 x 156 mmVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[EAN: 9780415244299], [PU: Routledge], Social Science|Criminology, Computers & the Internet|Internet|General, Computers & the Internet|Security, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: 1. Introduction: Crime and the Internet David Wall 2. Crime Futures: the challenge of crime in the information age Ken Pease 3. Telecommunication Fraud in the Digital Age: the converging of technologies Peter Grabosky and Russell Smith 4. Between the Risk and the Reality Falls the Shadow: Evidence and urban legends in computer fraud Michael Levi 5. Hacktivism: In search of lost ethics? 6. Last of the Rainmacs? Thinking about pornography in cyberspace Bela Bomita Chatterjee 7. Criminalising Online Speech to 'Protect' the Young: What are the benefits and costs? Marjorie Heins 8. Controlling Illegal and Harmful Content on the Internet Yaman Akendiz 9. Cyber-stalking: Tackling harassment in the internet Louise Ellison 10. the Language of Cybercrime Matt Williams 11. Maintaining Order and Law on the Internet David Wall 12. Policing Hi-tech Crime in the Global Context: the role of trans-national policy networks Paul Norman 13. the Criminal Courts On-line Clive Walker Index

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Is the internet really powerful enough to allow a sixteen year old to become the biggest threat to world peace since Adolf Hitler? Are we all now susceptible to cyber-criminals who can steal from us without even having to leave the comfort of their own armchairs? These are fears which have been articulated since the popular development of the internet, yet criminologists have been slow to respond to them. Consequently, questions about what cybercrimes are, what their impacts will be and how we respond to them remain largely unanswered. Organised into three sections, this book engages with the various criminological debates that are emerging over cybercrime. The first section looks at the general problem of crime and the internet. It then describes what is understood by the term 'cybercrime' by identifying some of the challenges for criminology. The second section explores the different types of cybercrime and their attendant problems. The final section contemplates some of the challenges that cybercrimes give rise to for the criminal justice system. Crime and the Internet Wall, David S., Brunner-Routledge

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<P>We have seen the astounding potential of the Internet as an informational tool, but we are also beginning to encounter the infinite questions it unfurls about legal issues and crimes committed with its aid. David Wall and his stellar cast of contributors address the various criminological debates that are emerging over cybercrime. Essays examine the general problem of crime and the Internet, what is understood by the term 'cybercrime', the different types of cybercrimes, and the challenges they give rise to for both criminology and the criminal justice system.</P>

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415244299
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415244293
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Publishing year: 2001
Publisher: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
221 Pages
Weight: 0,381 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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