Criminology Investigation week 7

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PART I: ESSAY Directions: Answer the question below. Your response should be at least one page inlength. 1. Using outside resources to locate a recent criminal case dealing withtechnology and crime, write a report that summarizes the case. Be sure to include the following: (1) Identify categories of technology crime; (2) Describe the profile of computer criminals; (3) Review how computer crime is prosecuted; (4) Discuss how computers are used as tools in fighting crime; (5) Review technology crime laws; and (6) Examine policy issues of technology and crime.PART I: ESSAY Directions: Answer the question below. Your response should be at least one page inlength. 1. Using outside resources to locate a recent criminal case dealing withtechnology and crime, write a report that summarizes the case. Be sure to include the following: (1) Identify categories of technology crime; (2) Describe the profile of computer criminals; (3) Review how computer crime is prosecuted; (4) Discuss how

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1CRIMINOLOGY ASSIGNMENT WEEK 7CRIMINOLOGY ASSIGNMENT WEEK 7NameStudent AffiliationDate2CRIMINOLOGY ASSIGNMENT WEEK 7PART 1; ESSAYOver the years, information systems have rapidly evolved, changes that have been fosteredby growing technologies and massive use of computers. Consequently, this increased connectivityhas posed new forms of technology-based crimes through technological alterations. Such crimesare prone to have a wide scope as it is evident that there are very many online users at any particulartime. Technology related crimes range from computer interruptions such as hacking andunauthorized access, Denial of Service attacks, creation and distribution of malware programs andcomputer viruses. Child exploitation, cyberbullying, fraud and identity theft are other notablecrimes emanating from computer usage (Jaishankar, 2011).In profiling computer related crimes, cybercriminals have been known to be motivated bymonetary gains, religious beliefs, and sexual impulses or to create a sense of empathy for politicalgains. These crimes can also be perpetuated by users who are either online or offline. Cybercrimeforensic c experts say that skilled employees who

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