What Are the Computer Crime Laws?

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Computer Crimes laws, also known as Cyber crime laws, are laws that govern criminal acts committed via a computer or a network. These crimes include malicious access, disclosure or altering information held by a network.
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The U.S. Department of Justice enacted the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act in 2008 to provide guidance to federal law enforcement on unauthorized use and access of federal computer databases
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A computer crime is a malicious act that is done with a computer. Such crimes include identity theft, data theft, and many other things that can be done with a computer.
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At the present time there is not yet a completely codified set of laws to cover computer crime. Currently violations are being prosecuted using older and more archaic laws,, which
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The question is vague as there are various aspects to cyber crime law. Cyber Crime is generally defined as any criminal activity that occurs online (in cyberspace). For example
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