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    Internet and Personal Privacy

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    Freedom of Information Act which was established in 1966 states that all people shall have access to federal records. This allows the public to be kept abreast of the workings in the government. Any person may request a document, which the government must present, however, the government can not synthesize a document. It is even possible to order these records on the World Wide Web. The father of the Freedom of Information Act, John E. Moss, "believed that citizens have a right to the information gathered

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    Fingerprinting Kids

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    child, so its best to be prepared. (2) No. Thevast majority of missing children are not abducted. Whether abducted ornot, fingerprinting will do no good. It wastes time and money and pushesus that much closer to the creation of the Orwellian National Data Centerthat Congress rejected fifteen years ago. BACKGROUND: As of early 1983, 11 states had launched programs tofingerprint children.( These were New York, Virginia, Florida, Georgia, NewJersey, California, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts,

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    The Criminal Justice System has a wide range of data collection. A database gives the crime and public safety information used by the similar areas of the criminal justice systems. Technology provides every division of the criminal justice system results to a flawless use of information significant to its role. Information sharing and crime mapping based on trends increase the criminal justice capabilities of federal and local organizations (Foster 2005). Uncle Bob was arrested for this very reason

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    reduce crime while building positive rapport with the community. In contrast, many law enforcement organizations across the nation are facing harsh public scrutiny essentially because of the lack of police-community relations. More pervasively, misconducts and questionable fatal encounters have tarnished law enforcement reputation across the country as a whole; now, more than ever, there is an urgent need to return to a foundation

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    Digital Crime and Digital Terrorism

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    Digital Crime and Digital Terrorism are crimes that are of high relevance to the roles and responses of law enforcement that involve offenses committed by way of, and aid of computers and other technology advanced devices that includes but is not limited to: identify theft, fraud, computer hackers, inside and outside espionage, white collar crimes, and virus and malicious code writers; in conjunction with digital terrorism in terms of concepts of information warfare and cyber terrorism. All of these

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    What is Corporate Crime? According to US Legal, “corporate crime means crimes committed either by a business entity or corporation, or by individuals that may be identified with a corporation or other business entity (unknown, 2017). The FBI defines corporate fraud as: “The majority of corporate fraud cases pursued by the FBI involve accounting schemes designed to deceive investors, auditors, and analysts about the true financial condition of a corporation or business entity. Through the manipulation

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    The Dark Side of the Internet

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    progresses seemingly for the good, as always people will find ways to exploit technology and use it with the intent of committing crimes and turning a positive tool into a negative one. As such the negative side of the World Wide Web, cybercrime, has developed as just one of the major disadvantages with the internet. Cyber Crime itself is a broad term and can and does include any crime that is committed via the internet including seemingly minor acts as downloading music, to denial of service attacks(DoS)

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    The terrorist attacks to the World Trade Center towers in New York City on September 11, 2001 has changed the way federal, state and local police departments communicate with each other, their structures, and operations. The new federal organization known as Homeland Security set out to coordinate their work at the state level, collect, analyze and share pertinent information and intelligence, protect key infrastructure and assets, secure the nation’s borders and ports, team up with federal and local

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    Gun Control: Should it be harsher or not?

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    future crimes from that individual. This prevention is done by a background check known as “The Brady Background Check", which is the process of this background check that is completed by a (FFL) Federal Firearms Licensed person. This licensed individual must get specific information from the person wanting to purchase the firearm and put the information into a computer database known as the “National Instant Criminal Background Check System” (NICS). The following would be some of the information needed

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    Preserve or Outlaw?

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    execution as a punishment for a person or persons convicted of committing a crime. In 1972, the Supreme Court determined that capital punishment violated the 8th Amendment of the United States Constitution’s prohibition of cruel and unusual punishment. However, this ruling did not last for long. In 1976, the court reestablished capital punishment as a legitimate means for punishment for criminals convicted of heinous crimes (Williams). Since that time, 1,271 people have been executed as a result of

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