The Encyclopedia of High-tech Crime and Crime-fighting

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Infobase Publishing, 2003 - Computer crimes - 401 pages
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With some 400 entries, this reference examines the crimes, criminals, and crime-fighting techniques resulting from modern high-tech innovations, covering everything from software pirates to airport security, cell phone fraud, identity theft, and designers drugs. Other topics are traditional crime and high-tech tools, satellite surveillance, computer viruses, and chemical and biological weapons. B & w photos are included. Newton has written other crime encyclopedias.

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Michael Newton is a professional writer who has primarily written about crime, specializing in books about serial murder. He lives in Nashville, IN.

Consulting editor John L. French is a crime scene supervisor at the Baltimore Police Crime Laboratory.

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