War Games Contributions to Cybercrime Film Review

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Question Description

1. Using a Microsoft Word document, please review ONE of the films presented at the residency and tell how that film represents a contribution to the field of CyberLaw.

2. The minimum word count shall be not less than 1000 words. The work should not be plagiarized. Use proper APA formatting and work citations.

supplemental materials

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WarGames

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/21/movies/wargames...

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/mar/20...

http://articles.latimes.com/1991-04-28/opinion/op-...

https://www.defcon.org/

https://www.defcon.org/html/links/movie-list.html

Tutor Answer

Tutor_Booth
School: Boston College

Hey! There you go. All the best.

Wargames Contribution to
Cybercrime
by Booth T

Submission date: 30-Mar-2019 02:38AM (UT C-0400)
Submission ID: 1102551233
File name: Wargames_Contribution_to_Cybercrime.docx (19.55K)
Word count: 1193
Character count: 6321

Wargames Contribution to Cybercrime
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Running head: WARGAMES CONTRIBUTION TO CYBERCRIME

Wargames Contribution to Cybercrime
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Introduction
Wargames is an American fiction movie produced in 1983. The film was among the
bestselling in the box-office. Some of the research indicates that movies usually influence public
policy, but Wargames influenced cyber-attack and because of the plot used in the film. The
starring of the film was Matthew Broderick, a teenager who developed computer game and thus
ended up unwittingly hacking into American Aerospace Defense Command. This move caught
the attention of President Reagan who eventually brought the subject up when he was having a
meeting with the national security advisors on Wednesday after the movie night. He then ended
up asking if any of the members have seen the movie, which eventually made the members think
about the evidence of cybercrime in the film. However, there are various effects of cybercrime
that have been evident in the movie ("WarGames," 2019).
Though the movie seemed to be less important to some people, the scie...

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