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Cyber crime

Autor: Louise I Gerdes
Editorial: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, ©2009.
Serie: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Presents a series of essays with varying viewpoints on the subject of computer crime. Includes a list of organizations to contact.
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Tipo de material: Recurso en Internet
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto, Recurso en Internet
Todos autores / colaboradores: Louise I Gerdes
ISBN: 9780737742015 0737742011 9780737742008 0737742003
Número OCLC: 213444270
Descripción: 213 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contenido: ch. 1. Is cyber crime a serious problem? --
Identity theft is a serious problem / Chris Swecker --
Identity theft is a declining problem / Thomas M. Lenard --
Cyber-terrorism poses a serious threat to global security / Simon Finch --
The problem of cyberterrorism is exaggerated / Joshua Green --
Internet piracy threatens the entertainment industry / Orrin Hatch --
The problem of internet piracy is overstated / Dave McClure --
Online predators are a serious threat / Jeff Buckstein --
The media stereotype of online predators is inaccurate / Janis Wolak, ... [et al.] --
ch. 2. What factors contribute to cyber crime? --
Organizational mismanagement, not hackers, explain most data breaches / Frank Washkuch Jr. --
Vigilantism motivates some to violate cyber laws / Nancy Gohring --
Peer-to-peer file-sharing is a form of rebellion against corporate tyranny / Marc Freedman --
The internet helps promote terrorism / Steve Coll and Susan B. Glasser --
Stalkers use the internet to pursue their victims / Kacy Silverstein --
ch. 3. How can companies and consumers reduce the impact of cyber crime? --
Consumers should be allowed to freeze their credit history / Anita Ramasastry --
Consumers should not be allowed to freeze their credit history / Stuart Pratt --
Software manufacturers should be liable for internet security breaches / Bruce Schneier --
Software companies should not be liable for internet security breaches / Harris Miller --
Colleges should pay a greater role in combating internet piracy / Graham Spanier --
Combating internet piracy is not an appropriate role for colleges / Mark Luker and Michael Petricone --
ch. 4. What laws will best prevent cyber crime? --
A federal data breach notification standard is necessary / William Yurcik and Ragib Hasan --
Weak federal disclosure laws will not protect consumers / Bruce Schneier --
The cybercrime treaty will improve the global fight against internet crime / Cyber Security Industry Alliance --
The cybercrime treaty threatens civil liberties / Bob Barr --
A crackdown on student internet copyright infringers is necessary / Mitch Bainwol and Cary Sherman --
A crackdown on student file-sharing is an ineffective strategy / Fred von Lohmann --
A federal cyber-stalking law will protect victims / Jim McDermott --
The federal cyber-stalking law violates free speech / Wendy McElroy.
Título de la serie: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Responsabilidad: Louise I. Gerdes, book editor.
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Presents a series of essays with varying viewpoints on the subject of computer crime. Includes a list of organizations to contact.

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