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Abstract The Internet offers an amazing array of options to everyone However with that freedom also comes danger The advent of the Internet has given once reclusive and hard to find criminals a wide-open playground The crimes perpetrated on the Internet range from victimless white-collar crime to serious and sometime violent cyber stalking Girls boys women and men are all vulnerable to attack and exploitation Some cases may only amount to simple verbal harassment but others have led to a darker and final enddeath Hello J how are you CUTEGalIm fine how are you CyberGuyOh not bad I just got back from the lake I was using my new Jet SkiReally I love Jet Skiing of course my Mom thinks its too dangerousOh its not dangerous its a ton of funso you like Jet Skiing by the way how old are youIm 15Coolmy sister is 15 too she went with us to the lake Sounds innocent doesnt Its just a couple of young kids talking on a chat line about Jet Skiing If you look at their profiles you would find that CUTEGal is a 15 year-old girl who likes water sports volleyball and boys CyberGuys profile shows a 16 year-old boy who plays football and baseball likes to go out with his friends and so on However CyberGuy is really a 38 year-old convicted pedophile in search of his next victim What makes this even more unsettling is that this is not simply good narrativeit could be real The details of similar stories will be explored further but first it is important to look at some aspects of the Internet as it applies to cyber crime We will review issues with cyber stalking and crimes against children other associated crimes both on and off the Internet what the government and local authorities are trying to do and some real-life examples of what happens when things
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