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by John L French,Michael Newton

ePub The Encyclopedia of High-Tech Crime and Crime-Fighting: From Airport Security to the Zyx Computer Virus (Facts on File Crime Library) download
Author:
John L French,Michael Newton
ISBN13:
978-0816049783
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0816049785
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Facts on File (October 1, 2003)
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In 420 entries, the alphabetically arranged Encyclopedia of High-Tech Crime and Crime-Fighting, by prolific crime writer Newton, examines how technology combats crime and also makes crime possible, such as through the many Internet hoaxes (the Miller Beer giveaway, th. .

There are entries for individuals who have been convicted based on DNA evidence as well as for hackers, computer saboteurs, and software and satellite TV pirates

Start by marking The Encyclopedia of High-Tech Crime and Crime-Fighting . Published October 1st 2003 by Facts on File. Newton's "Encyclopedia of Cryptozoology" won the American Library Association's award for Outstanding Reference Work in 2006.

Start by marking The Encyclopedia of High-Tech Crime and Crime-Fighting: From Airport Security to the Zyx Computer Virus as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Encyclopedia of High-Tech Crime and Crime-Fighting (Facts on File Crime Library). 0816049785 (ISBN13: 9780816049783). Pen names: Lyle Brandt, Don Pendleton, Jack Buchanan.

With some 400 entries, this reference examines the crimes, criminals, and crime-fighting techniques resulting from modern high-tech innovations, covering everything from software pirates to airport security, cell phone fraud, identity theft, and designers drugs. Other topics are traditional crime and high-tech tools, satellite surveillance, computer viruses, and chemical and biological weapons. B & w photos are included. Newton has written other crime encyclopedias. Includes bibliographical references (pages 363-366) and index.

High-tech crime-fighting tools. In Britain we’ve already got the world’s biggest DNA database

High-tech crime-fighting tools. A. Crime-fighting technology is getting more sophisticated and rightly so. The police need to be equipped for the 21st century. In Britain we’ve already got the world’s biggest DNA database. B. Britain is also reported to have more than 4 million CCTV (closed circuit television) cameras.

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book by Michael Newton. It also looks at how the authorities fight back, prevent crime and capture criminals. Publisher: Facts On File, Incorporated. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Both The Dictionary of Crime Terms and The Encyclopedia of HighTech Crime and CrimeFighting are recommended for criminal justice collections in academic and public libraries. Author(s) :Michael Newton (2003).

The Encyclopedia of Crime Scene Investigation (Facts on File Crime Library) Format: Hardcover Authors: Michael Newton ISBN10: 0816068143 Published: 2007-10-01 Recent years have brought numerous developments in crime and crime fighting, such as DNA evidence, designer.

The Encyclopedia of Crime Scene Investigation (Facts on File Crime Library) Format: Hardcover Authors: Michael Newton ISBN10: 0816068143 Published: 2007-10-01 Recent years have brought numerous developments in crime and crime fighting, such as DNA evidence, designer drugs, computer viruses, and online fraud and theft. As criminals develop new forms of crime, police must develop new techniques to stop them.

Michael Newton, John L. French. Recent years have brought numerous developments in crime and crimefighting, such as DNA evidence, designer drugs, computer viruses, and online fraud and theft. As criminals get more sophisticated, police must develop new techniques to stop them.

This reference offers a comprehensive survey of how the underworld takes advantage of new technologies, tools and techniques and adapts them for nefarious purposes. It also looks at how the authorities fight back, prevent crime and capture criminals.