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Author: Frederick S Lane
Publisher: Chicago : NTI Upstream, 2011.
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Approaching the risks for children on the Internet in a thought-provoking and intellectual manner, this study skillfully integrates contemporary news reports and disturbing legal cases to show how Facebook and other ready-made forums for information exchange are breaking down boundaries of privacy and facilitating a growing number of criminal convictions for cyberbullying, child pornography, hacking, and copyright  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Lane, Frederick S.
Cybertraps for the Young.
Chicago : NTI Upstream, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick S Lane
ISBN: 9780983639633 0983639639
OCLC Number: 779140105
Notes: Chapter Ten: Obscenity and Child Pornography.
Description: 1 online resource (507 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Epigraph; Contents; Introduction; Part One: The Technology; Chapter One: Your Child LOVES Technology; Mobile phones and smartphones; Videogame consoles; Digital cameras; Desktops, laptops, and tablets; Chapter Two: A Parent's Guide to the Communication Revolution; Equipment capabilities; Communication; 1. Texting (SMS and MMS); 2. Instant messaging; 3. Online chat; 4. Social networking sites, blog posts, and message groups; Data storage; 1. Local storage; 2. Mobile devices; 3. Cloud storage; Software and hardware upgrades; Monitoring possibilities. Chapter Three: There Is Such a Thing as Too Much SharingA vast web of personal information; Misuse of others' personal information; 1. Civil liability for misuse of shared information; 2. Criminal conduct; Chapter Four: Who's in Your Child's Sharing Circle?; Texting contacts; Social network friends and followers; Instant messaging, chat room, and video chat buddies; Twitter followers and blog subscribers; Part Two: The Cybertraps; Chapter Five: Intellectual Dishonesty and Intellectual Property Theft; Plagiarism; 1. The offense; 2. The scope of the problem; 3. Investigative tools. 4. Consequences5. Prevention; Copyright infringement; 1. The offense; 2. The scope of the problem; 3. Investigative tools; 4. Consequences; 5. Prevention; High-tech cheating in schools; 1. The offense; 2. The scope of the problem; 3. Detecting high-tech cheating; 4. Consequences; 5. Prevention; Chapter Six: Electronic Harassment, Cyberbullying, and Cyberstalking; Electronic harassment and cyberbullying; 1. The offenses; 2. The scope of the problem; 3. Investigative tools; 4. Consequences; 5. Prevention; The perils of obsession: cyberstalking; 1. The offense; 2. The scope of the problem. 3. Investigative tools4. Consequences; 5. Prevention; Chapter Seven: Electronic Defamation and Invasions of Privacy; Defamation; Libel and slander; 1. The offense; 2. The scope of the problem; 3. Investigative tools; 4. Consequences; 5. Prevention; Privacy torts and crimes; 1. Specific offenses; 2. The scope of the problem; 3. Consequences; 4. Investigation and prevention; Chapter Eight: Internet Addictions; Online gambling; 1. The crime; 2. The scope of the problem; 3. A cautionary tale; 4. Consequences; 5. Investigative tools; 6. Prevention; Online tobacco, alcohol, and drug purchases. 1. The crime2. The scope of the problem; 3. The role of the Internet and mobile devices; 4. Investigation and prevention; 5. Consequences; Chapter Nine: Identity Theft, Computer Fraud, and Hacking; Identity theft; 1. The crime; 2. The scope of the problem; 3. Consequences; 4. Investigation and prevention; Computer trespass: hacking and cracking; 1. The crime; 2. The scope of the problem; 3. Consequences; 4. Investigation and prevention; Federal computer fraud and abuse, and cyberterrorism; 1. The crimes; 2. The scope of the problem; 3. Consequences; 4. Investigation and prevention.

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Approaching the risks for children on the Internet in a thought-provoking and intellectual manner, this study skillfully integrates contemporary news reports and disturbing legal cases to show how Facebook and other ready-made forums for information exchange are breaking down boundaries of privacy and facilitating a growing number of criminal convictions for cyberbullying, child pornography, hacking, and copyright infringement. Also included is a discussion of how the widespread use of camera phones, mobile tablets, and social media sites h.

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