Globalization and crime: cybercrime

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M G U V I S E G E B Y W H V A T J
M J B E O P H I S H I N G K R B T
G I R K U K J E T O I D P P W X Q
Q U O C W A L L E G G O A J V I D
P I W R Q L B X N S H W P F C Q R
T G N P F W E I C C H N Q O Y M L
Y U E O F C K C T G P L K C B N P
N L L M W C O I B R D O M Y E H R
L O W E A M B P Q A L A R U R V B
S U D H S R F Y I S B D Q D C P I
V M P L U M M E R H N I V I R Y K
E E X F L V H A Y B D N L Q I N A
V A C P B J A J N E N G V P M X K
I A A R Y W Y D D C S K U F E J V
A F C W T X D Y B F L O V W O I M
D R I H X Q B L G I Q W B D I D J
T L H K O D O X X M N B D T P G T

Clues

  • ____ suggested 4 categories of cybercrime: cyber deception and theft, cyber ***********, cyber trespass and cyber violence. (4)
  • ______ argued that cybercrime is the fastest growing activity in the world. (6)
  • ________ et al argued that cybercrime has created a new form of trouble and new worlds of crime. (7)
  • __________ refers to a wide range of criminal acts committed via the use of ICT. (10)
  • An example of cybercrime is ____, which is denial of service. (4)
  • An example of cybercrime is _______, which is gaining unauthorized access to data in a system or computer. (7)
  • An example of cybercrime is ________, which is gathering private information through deceptive means. (8)
  • An example of cybercrime is illegal ___________. (11)

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