International Journal of Cyber Criminology

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 1, January-June

Adult-Child Sex Advocacy Websites as Social Learning Environments: A Content Analysis1
IntroductionEmail, instant messengers, chat rooms, and websites are just a few of the many tools available to facilitate communication over computer networks. Email provides users with an alternative to postal mail and the fax machine, and can be used...
Book Review of Understanding and Managing Cybercrime1
Book Review of Understanding and Managing Cybercrime1 Understanding and Managing Cybercrime, (2006) Samuel C. McQuade, Allyn and Bacon (Pearson), 512 pp, ISBN-10: 020543973X, ISBN-13: 978-0205439737.The preface states that this book should be considered...
Finding a Pot of Gold at the End of an Internet Rainbow: Further Examination of Fraudulent Email Solicitation
IntroductionNew technologies such as the Internet have radically changed the means by which society communicates, conducts business, and engages in recreation. The speed and convenience of the Internet has attracted a critical mass of global users. For...
Internet Gambling: Innocent Activity or Cybercrime?
IntroductionSince its arrival on the gambling scene, Internet gambling has created significant issues and disputes pertaining to its legal status, regulation schema, and associated societal issues. Internet gambling is considered a global issue, as well...
Neutralizations and Rationalizations of Digital Piracy: A Qualitative Analysis of University Students
IntroductionThe issue of digital piracy has become a topic of immense concern, such that it has attracted the attention of both legislators and academics. As a result there has been a steady growth in academic literature on the topic over the last several...
On-Line Activities, Guardianship, and Malware Infection: An Examination of Routine Activities Theory
IntroductionThe Internet and World Wide Web have dramatically altered the way we communicate, live, and conduct business around the world. These advancements have modified traditional activities, such as banking, dating, and shopping, into activities...
Sexting: A New Form of Victimless Crime?
"Six Pennsylvania high school students are facing child pornography charges after three teenage girls allegedly took nude or semi-nude photos of themselves and shared them with male classmates via their cell phones." "The female students at Greensburg...
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