Computer Crime: Phreaks, Spies, and Salami Slicers

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Enslow Publishers, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
In a society that is so dependent on computers, any threat of damage to these machines can be frightening. Yet every year, we feel the harmful effects of malicious acts on computers. Karen Judson informs readers about the different types of technological crimes, including the incredible damage they can cause. She discusses the criminals' motives for such behavior and talks about the different legal actions being taken to punish these wrongdoers.

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The information superhighway has its share of speeders and hijackers; as traffic increases, issues of privacy and the right- to-know and the fine lines between mischief and crime become increasingly ... Read full review


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