Criminal acts have 2 necessary components: An action, and an intent to commit that action. Another central component of criminal activity is the idea of “Harm”. Using the case studies we have covered so far, identify and evaluate the crimes based on their consequent harm. Specifically, identify the victim, and examine the degree and intensity of the harm that the crime inflicts. Finally, compare this harm to a non-digital crime and evaluate whether the law treats digital crimes appropriately.
Cybercrime masters take advantage of technology in many ways. They sole intention of mainly to harm or benefit themselves at the expense of the crime victim. The web allows scammers, and other miscreants so execute their prowess; since it enables them to ply their trade while hiding behind a wall of digital anonymity. Different forms of cyber crimes affect the society or victims in many ways; both offline and online world.
Types of digital crimes and their effects on its
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