Internet Crimes

By its simplest definition, an Internet crime is any computer crime that involves the use of the Internet for the purpose of fraud, embezzlement, identity theft, or to obtain possession of illegal materials, including child pornography.

Internet crime can be generally broken into two broad categories. The first category includes crimes that exclusively involve the use of the Internet. Such crimes include disseminating a computer virus, hacking into secure websites, hijacking domain names, and “phishing” or soliciting financial data by sending out bogus emails.

Internet Crimes


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