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Investigating digital crime

Contributor(s): Bryant, Robin [Editor].
Publisher: Chichester John Wiley and Sons, Ltd 2008Description: xii, 259 p.ISBN: 9780470516010.Subject(s): Computer crimes - Investigation | Commercial crimes - InvestigationDDC classification: 363.25968 Summary: Digital Crime is an accessible introduction to the relationship between the growth of new (often) digital technologies and the parallel growth in criminal exploitation if these technologies. The book examines the reaction of the criminal justice system to new technology crime, both in terms of the general legislative context but also from the perspective of law enforcement. Providing a clear understanding of the different forms of new technology crime, Digital Crime is devoted to the description and analysis of new technology crimes such as smart card crime, cyber crimes, and telecommunication crimes, placed within a number of theoretical perspectives in order to enhance student understanding. The book clearly identifies the relationship between developments in digital technologies and changes in criminal behavior.
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Digital Crime is an accessible introduction to the relationship between the growth of new (often) digital technologies and the parallel growth in criminal exploitation if these technologies. The book examines the reaction of the criminal justice system to new technology crime, both in terms of the general legislative context but also from the perspective of law enforcement. Providing a clear understanding of the different forms of new technology crime, Digital Crime is devoted to the description and analysis of new technology crimes such as smart card crime, cyber crimes, and telecommunication crimes, placed within a number of theoretical perspectives in order to enhance student understanding. The book clearly identifies the relationship between developments in digital technologies and changes in criminal behavior.

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