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CCJ 347 - Crime in Cyberspace


4 credits
Provides an introduction to the practical aspects of understanding crime on the Internet through computer investigations. Students will examine the impact to the criminal justice system because of computers, computer applications, and the benefits and challenges of the World Wide Web, copyright laws, privacy issues and laws, computer crime statistics and trends, constitutional issues, risks of computer failures, computers in the workplace, cyber-terrorism, and responsibilities of the criminal justice professional in the growing cyber-community.
Grade mode designated on a CRN basis each term. Students should consult current term schedule.



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