Department of Penal Law and Criminology, Faculty of Law, Kemerovo State University,
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Forms of computer crime is characterized by simplicity and availability, and no less important characteristics of the variety and flexibility in terms of rapid development and application of modern information technologies. They are a result of its specific features, and the ability of people to deal with computer crime.
Aims and Scope:
1. Computer fraud 2. Computer forgery 3. Damage to the data / programs 4. Computer sabotage 5. Unauthorized access 6. Unauthorized eavesdropping 7. Unauthorized reproduction of protected programs 8. Unauthorized reproduction topology of semiconductor products 9. Computer safety