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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Contents

Glossary
356
Bibliography
363

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About the author (2003)

Michael Newton has taught at University College London and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. This is his first book. He currently teaches at Princeton University. He divides his time between London and Princeton, New Jersey.

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

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