The Concept of Computer Crime
Keywords:computer crime; Internet Law; illegal action
The object of this scientific study is represented by the analysis of the concept of computer crime
also called computer-oriented crime, which is not generally acknowledged or accepted.The result of the study
consists in analysing the evolution of computer crime.The conclusion is that certain legal provisions shall lead,
sooner or later, to an Internet Law.
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