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Ever since I got my first computer I have enjoyed working on them I have learned a tremendous amount of trouble shooting With my recent computer I have come across computer crime I got interested in hacking prhreaking and salami slicing But before I go to far I need to learn more about it like the consequences One question in mind is what crimes are their and what kind of things you can do with them I would like to find out why people do thesis things I would also like to learn the laws against all computer crime II Todays computer society has brought a new form of crime There are those hackers who break their way into computers to learn the system or get information I found out in the book Computer Crime written by Judson Karen That Salami Slicers steal small amounts of money from many bank customers this adding up to a great deal of money I also read about phone phreaks more known as Phreakers They steal long distance phone services Phreakers commit many other crimes against phone companies In the book Computer Crime it states most people commit thesis crimes because they where carious and wanted to explore the system All they want to do is exploit systems not destroy it It is purely intellectual I know one reason is that is can be very rewarding Hackers are drawn to computers for the aninymity they allow They feel powerful and can do anything Hackers can be there own person out side the real world I found out Arizona was the first state to pass a law against computer crime in 1979 In 1980 the US copyright act was amended to include soft ware I found out that in 1986 a computer farad abuse act was passed This act was made to cover over any crime or computer scheme that was missed with any former laws
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