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Chapters 9—Computer Crimes surveys the history and examples of computer crimes, their types, costs on society, and strategies of detection and prevention. Chapter 10—New Frontiers for Ethical Consideration: Artificial Intelligence, Cyberspace, and Virtual Reality discusses the new frontiers of ethics: virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and the Internet, and how these new frontiers are affecting the traditional ethical and social issues. Chapter 11—Cyberspace and Cyberethics and Social Networking New dis- cusses the new realities of global computer networks, the intertwining of global economies, monopolies and their economic implications, globalization, emerging issues like global ethics, culture, and the development of the lingua franca for the Internet.
It also focuses the discussion on the new realities of social networking. Chapter 12—Computer Networks and Online Crimes begins by presenting the core basics of computer networks for those readers who have never taken a course in computer networks. Then the chapter discusses the major online crimes and ends by a discussion of techniques and technologies in use to mitigate these crimes.
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Chapter 13—Computer Crime Investigations discusses what constitutes digital evidence, the collection and analysis of digital evidence, chain of custody, the writ- ing of the report, and the possible appearance in court as an expert witness. Chapter 14—Biometrics starts by discussing the different techniques in access control.
Biometric technologies and techniques are then introduced to be contrasted with the other known techniques. Several biometrics and biometric technologies are discussed. This new curriculum is intended for computer science, information science, and software engineering students. Students in related disciplines like computer information and information management systems, and library sciences will also find this book informative.