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  • 1. PLS 780 Week 9
  • 2. Security and Cybercrime • Online crime and computer crime • Cybercrime and law enforcement
  • 3. The problem • Cybercrime and cybersecurity as a national concern
  • 4. Understanding computer crime: Fraud and ID Theft • Fraud and identity theft: pharming, spoofing, phishing, malvertising and pretexting • The FTC records and advises businesses and consumers who have been victims or near victims
  • 5. Understanding computer crime: Privacy invasions • Spyware • Cookies • Clickstream data analysis • Deep packet inspection • Web bug
  • 6. Understanding computer crime: Cyberbullying, Stalking and harassment • Increasingly illegal • Societal concerns are clear • What should laws look like?
  • 7. Understanding computer crime: Commercial crimes • Counterfeit goods • Intellectual property theft • Wrongful registration of a domain name • Hacking to steal trade secrets
  • 8. Capital Records v Thomas-Rasset • Facts • Issue • Holding • Reasoning • Rule
  • 9. Spam • Crime against computers, computer systems and users
  • 10. Jaynes v Commonwealth • Facts • Issue • Holding • Reasoning • Rule
  • 11. Law enforcement and cybercrime • Technological challenges • Legal challenges
  • 12. US v Wecht • Facts • Issue • Holding • Reasoning • Rule
  • 13. Operational challenges • Cybercrime involves complex events with multiplayer conspiracies—difficult to investigate • Law enforcement is jurisdictionally based • Cybercrime occurs everywhere and nowhere • Different agencies deal with different crimes but mostly falling under the FBI • Especially ecommerce related crimes
  • 14. FTC v Neovi • Facts • Issue • Holding • Reasoning • Rule
  • 15. eBay v Digital Point Solutions • Facts • Issue • Holding • Reasoning • Rule