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Cybercrime, transnational crime, and intellectual property theft

Hearing before the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, One Hundred ... second session, March 24, 1998 (S. hrg)

by United States

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Written in English


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Number of Pages158
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Open LibraryOL7377403M
ISBN 100160573238
ISBN 109780160573231

  In , a new federal law creating stricter penalties for criminals who engaged in intellectual property theft was enacted to keep pace with globalization, e-commerce, and technology advances. Table of Contents for Cybercrime: the investigation, prosecution, and defense of a computer-related crime / by Ralph D. Clifford [et al.], available from the Library of Congress.

goodwill, loss of intellectual property and sensitive data, opportunity costs which includes but not lacuna, cybercrime has been defined as crime committed over the Internet which might include hacking, identity theft, impersonation, intellectual property fraud, malware, viruses, misuse of . Cybercrime. TOC networks are increasingly involved in cybercrime, which costs consumers billions of dollars annually, threatens sensitive corporate and government computer networks, and under­mines worldwide confidence in the international financial system. Through cybercrime, transnational criminal organizations pose a significant threat to.

Intellectual property theft (IP theft): It is estimated that 90% of the software, DVDs, and CDs sold in some countries are counterfeit, and that the total global trade in counterfeit goods is more than $ billion a year. In the USA alone, IP theft costs businesses an estimated $ billion annually, and , jobs. General Overviews. There are a growing number of texts that provide general overviews of transnational crime. Dammer, et al. , Reichel , and Pakes offer summaries of comparative criminal justice systems with some separate treatment of transnational crime. Fichtelberg provides a summary of international justice, with a discussion of several .


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