The International Handbook on Computer Crime: Computer-related Economic Crime and the Infringements of Privacy

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Wiley, 1986 - Computers - 276 pages
A topical book for a growing problem provides a detailed criminological analysis of all kinds of computer-related crime, including infringements of privacy, on an international scale. Surveys international empirical research in this field, analyzes the legal situation in major western countries, reviews the most important security measures being discussed on the international floor, and considers the problems arising in the field of prosecution.

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Contents

B Computerrelated Infringements of Privacy
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EXTENT IMPACT AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
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Future Developments
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Copyright

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