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The Resource Cybercrime, Louise I. Gerdes, Book Editor

Cybercrime, Louise I. Gerdes, Book Editor

Label
Cybercrime
Title
Cybercrime
Statement of responsibility
Louise I. Gerdes, Book Editor
Title variation
Cybercrime : opposing viewpoints
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This volume explores the topic of the cybercrime and crime involving computers and computer networks by presenting varied expert opinions that examine many of the different aspects that surround this issue. The editors investigate topics such as the seriousness of cybercrime, how criminals use computer resources to commit cybercrime, if the use of electronic computer technologies such as WikiLeaks, social media, e-mail, and podcasts for various forms of activism can be considered a crime, and what measures and laws will be prevent crimes being committed via computers in the future. The viewpoints are selected from a wide range of highly respected and often hard-to-find sources and publications. Allows the reader to attain the higher-level critical thinking and reading skills that are essential in a culture of diverse and contradictory opinions
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
364.16/8
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HV6773
LC item number
.C9123 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1953-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Gerdes, Louise I.
Series statement
Opposing viewpoints series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Computer crimes
  • Computer crimes
Label
Cybercrime, Louise I. Gerdes, Book Editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 220-223) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The threat of cyberterrorism is exaggerated
  • Maura Conway
  • Music piracy poses a serious threat to the US economy
  • Stephen E. Siwek
  • The economic impact of music piracy is exaggerated
  • Eric Bangeman
  • Ch. 1 Is cybercrime a serious problem?:
  • Identity theft is a serious problem
  • Sid Kirchheimer
  • The impact of identity theft for most victims is minimal
  • Lynn Langton,
  • Michael Planty
  • Cyberterrorism poses a serious threat to national security
  • John R. Rossi
  • Eric Tucker, and
  • Thomas Watkins
  • Domestic abusers use technology to stalk and threaten their victims
  • Dalia Colòn
  • Ch. 2 How do cybercriminals use online media to commit crimes? :
  • Fighting back online predators
  • Kim Hone-McMahan
  • The number of predators that exploit children online is exaggerated
  • Steve Rendall
  • Cybercriminals use personal information on social networking websites to commit crimes
  • Consumer Reports
  • Flash mobs, no longer just dance parties and pillow fights, pose growing criminal threat: cops
  • Charles Arthur
  • Some activist hackers oppose corporate control of the Internet
  • Tim Hwang
  • Great firewall: Chinese censors of Internet face "Hacktivists" in U.S.
  • Geoffrey Fowler
  • Ch. 3 Is Internet activism a cybercrime? :
  • Activist websites that reveal sensitive documents threaten diplomatic negotiations
  • John Feffer
  • Activist websites that reveal sensitive documents are a useful form of journalism
  • David Carr
  • Some activists hack the Internet to promote political beliefs
  • Peter Ludlow
  • Some activist hackers have become too corrupt to be effective
  • Proposed laws to protect children from Internet pornographers are unconstitutional
  • Laura W. Murphy,
  • Christopher Calabrese,
  • Jesselyn McCurdy
  • Brake the Internet pirates: how to slow down intellectual property theft in the digital era
  • Wall Street Journal
  • The Stop Online Piracy Act will not prevent online piracy
  • Julian Sanchez
  • Internet service providers should be held liable for cybercrime
  • Noah Shachtman
  • Ch. 4 What laws will best prevent cybercrime? :
  • Making Internet service providers liable will not reduce cybercrime
  • Mike Masnick
  • A strict national standard is necessary to encourage companies to disclose data breaches
  • Andrew Crocker
  • Industry self-regulation, not government intervention, is the best way to protect consumers from data attacks
  • William H. Saito
  • Laws to protect children from Internet pornographers are necessary
  • Lamar Smith,
  • Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Control code
ocn783171211
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
243 pages
Isbn
9780737763133
Lccn
2012027207
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Stock number
1353737
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o783171211
  • (OCoLC)783171211
Label
Cybercrime, Louise I. Gerdes, Book Editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 220-223) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The threat of cyberterrorism is exaggerated
  • Maura Conway
  • Music piracy poses a serious threat to the US economy
  • Stephen E. Siwek
  • The economic impact of music piracy is exaggerated
  • Eric Bangeman
  • Ch. 1 Is cybercrime a serious problem?:
  • Identity theft is a serious problem
  • Sid Kirchheimer
  • The impact of identity theft for most victims is minimal
  • Lynn Langton,
  • Michael Planty
  • Cyberterrorism poses a serious threat to national security
  • John R. Rossi
  • Eric Tucker, and
  • Thomas Watkins
  • Domestic abusers use technology to stalk and threaten their victims
  • Dalia Colòn
  • Ch. 2 How do cybercriminals use online media to commit crimes? :
  • Fighting back online predators
  • Kim Hone-McMahan
  • The number of predators that exploit children online is exaggerated
  • Steve Rendall
  • Cybercriminals use personal information on social networking websites to commit crimes
  • Consumer Reports
  • Flash mobs, no longer just dance parties and pillow fights, pose growing criminal threat: cops
  • Charles Arthur
  • Some activist hackers oppose corporate control of the Internet
  • Tim Hwang
  • Great firewall: Chinese censors of Internet face "Hacktivists" in U.S.
  • Geoffrey Fowler
  • Ch. 3 Is Internet activism a cybercrime? :
  • Activist websites that reveal sensitive documents threaten diplomatic negotiations
  • John Feffer
  • Activist websites that reveal sensitive documents are a useful form of journalism
  • David Carr
  • Some activists hack the Internet to promote political beliefs
  • Peter Ludlow
  • Some activist hackers have become too corrupt to be effective
  • Proposed laws to protect children from Internet pornographers are unconstitutional
  • Laura W. Murphy,
  • Christopher Calabrese,
  • Jesselyn McCurdy
  • Brake the Internet pirates: how to slow down intellectual property theft in the digital era
  • Wall Street Journal
  • The Stop Online Piracy Act will not prevent online piracy
  • Julian Sanchez
  • Internet service providers should be held liable for cybercrime
  • Noah Shachtman
  • Ch. 4 What laws will best prevent cybercrime? :
  • Making Internet service providers liable will not reduce cybercrime
  • Mike Masnick
  • A strict national standard is necessary to encourage companies to disclose data breaches
  • Andrew Crocker
  • Industry self-regulation, not government intervention, is the best way to protect consumers from data attacks
  • William H. Saito
  • Laws to protect children from Internet pornographers are necessary
  • Lamar Smith,
  • Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Control code
ocn783171211
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
243 pages
Isbn
9780737763133
Lccn
2012027207
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Stock number
1353737
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o783171211
  • (OCoLC)783171211

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