International Journal of Cyber Criminology

Articles from Vol. 5, No. 2, July-December

Doing Time for Cyber Crime: An Examination of the Correlates of Sentence Length in the United States
IntroductionAs usage of the Internet has grown to approximately 657 million users worldwide (Osuagwu, Ogiemien, & Okide, 2010), criminality online has become more prevalent and a pressing issue in our criminal justice system. Cyber crime can occur...
Ethical Decision Making in Electronic Piracy: An Explanatory Model Based on the Diffusion of Innovation Theory and Theory of Planned Behavior
(ProQuest: ... denotes formula omitted.)IntroductionFile sharing software has been extremely popular since the emergence of Napster, one of its most prominent representatives, in late 90s. By 2000, there were an estimated 70 million users exchanging...
Gang Presence in Social Network Sites
IntroductionSocial networking sites are one of the leading trends in the ever-evolving internet 2.0. Facebook, the most popular of these websites, now has more than 800 million active members (Facebook, 2012), making its population larger than that of...
Social Organization of Internet Fraud among University Undergraduates in Nigeria
IntroductionLike any other criminal act, Internet fraud, especially those involving youths in Nigeria, has grown in leaps and bounds, winning more souls from partner agencies, who now contribute to the successful execution of Internet fraud. Many undergraduates...
Undercover Online: An Extension of Traditional Policing in the United States
IntroductionThe virtual world has been increasingly impacting all aspects of interpersonal relationships. Computers are highly relevant in nearly all aspects of life and are frequently used to facilitate personal relationships. For example, there are...
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