• Computer System Labor Internet Commerce
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    "But I think what surprised me as much as anything was not to find any stores on Washington Street, or any banks on State. What have you done with the merchants and bankers? Hung them all, perhaps, as the anarchists wanted to do in my day?"Not so bad as that," replied Dr. Leete. "We have simply dispensed with them. Their functions are obsolete in the modern world." (60) Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy, 1887 Edward Bellamy's futuristic conception of commerce in the 21 st century unintentional...
  • Computer Crime And Ethics
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    New times bring new crimes. It's a story as old as humanity and as new as the Internet. First comes cars, then car thieves follow. Telephones are followed by telephone fraud. Now we " ve got computers... To make home, school, and office life easier, society relies on computers. As a result of this dependency, computer use grows everyday. Along with the growing use of computers comes widespread computer crime. With the Internet becoming increasingly popular, more and more people are becoming com...
  • Computer Crime Software Information Online
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    The information age is the age we live in today, and with the information age comes an age of ethics. When we deal with the new technologies introduced every day, we need to decide what we must consider ethical and unethical. We must consider all factors so that the use of the information readily available to many persons is not abused. "Information technology will be the most fundamental area of ethical concern for business in the next decade." (Ermann) The most widely used tool of the informat...
  • Computer System In The Context Of Retail Business
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    Computer System in the Context of Retail Business Anthony Wu 11 CS 2 Today, retailing businesses have to had up to date technology in order to be successful. Accurate, efficient communication sending and receiving can affect the business. So it is very important that to have the latest technology such as computers and networks. Retailing on a local and global scale can also affect how successful is the business. Locally, efficient networking that retailing businesses had allow customers purchas...
  • Viruses Computer System
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    Computers have become much more important and popular to our society in recent decades. The computer's ability to perform so many tasks speedily and reliably makes it useful for a wide variety of purposes. Therefore much important information is stored on computers. Because people and organisations depend on computers every day for a variety of significant tasks, it is imperative that the systems which are used are protected from loss, damage and misuse. This essay identifies some potential risk...
  • Cybercrimes United States
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    CYBERCRIMES Millions of people around the world use computers and the internet everyday. We all use it in school, work even at home, computers have made us life easier, it has brought so many benefits to society but it has also brought some problems, is one of them. The internet could be considered a type of community of computer networks, therefore we could consider it a society. Like in every society, in the internet there is commerce, education, entertainment, and of course there is crime, . ...
  • Bad Guy Computer Security Web
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    The Art of War and E-Commerce How Secure are our Secured Transmissions Sun-Tzu Wu is the reputed author of the Chinese classic Ping-fa (The Art of War), written approximately 475-221 B. C. Penned at a time when China was divided into six or seven states that often resorted to war with each other in their struggles for supremacy, it is a systematic guide to strategy and tactics for rulers and commanders. In doing business on the Internet during this time of rampant computer viruses and hacker att...
  • Computer Crime Computers Crimes Hackers
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    Computer Crime Computer crimes need to be prevented and halted thought increased computer network security measures as well as tougher laws and enforcement of those laws in cyberspace: Computer crime is generally defined as any crime accomplished through special knowledge of computer technology. All that is required is a personal computer, a modem, and a phone line. Increasing instances of white-collar crime involve computers as more businesses automate and information becomes an important asset...
  • Nov 2000 Problems Year Computers
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    Civilizations dependence upon computers has grown exponentially in the last thirty years. Businesses use computers to keep their records, write reports, and to converse with colleagues and clients. The average businessperson depends primarily on their computer to complete a days work. Years ago, programmers caused what could have potentially been a major problem with modern computer systems. While attempting to conserve scarce and expensive data bits, they programmed the year using two digits i...
  • Hackers United States
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    1 It is the weekend you have nothing to do so you decide to play around on your computer. You turn it and than start up, calling people with your modem, connecting to another world with people. This is all fine but what happens when you start getting into other people's computer files, then it becomes a crime and who are the criminals. To begin i will start with hacking and hackers. Hacking is the act of breaking into computers and network of other popple's with out any permission. Hacking is l...
  • Hackers Computer Crime
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    Abstract A diffuse group of people often called hackers has been characterised as unethical, irresponsible, and a serious danger to society for actions related to breaking into computer systems. In this essay I try to construct a picture of what is and includes a computer crime as well as a portray of hackers, their concerns, and the way in which hacking takes place. What I intend to argue is that, in their majority, hackers are learners and explorers who want to help rather than cause damage. F...
  • History Of The Computer Industry In America
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    History of the Computer Industry in America Only once in a lifetime will a new invention come about to touch every aspect of our lives. Such a device that changes the way we work, live, and play is a special one, indeed. A machine that has done all this and more now exists in nearly every business in the U. S. and one out of every two households (Hall, 156). This incredible invention is the computer. The electronic computer has been around for over a half-century, but its ancestors have been ar...
  • Social Control Of Cyber Space
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    Social Control of Cyberspace B. Per eyra Our nation's infrastructure is daily becoming much more of an abstract environment due to the use of organized cyber criminals hacking away at our super computer information systems. They are generating unpredictable challenges for law enforcement in discovering the unethical abuse on computer systems and a concentration on the young topic of cyber terrorism threatening our criminal justice system. Our law enforcement continues to invent newer methods to ...
  • The Digital Abacus Computer Computers One
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    #1. The History As the computer revolution continues along at it's furious pace one wonders where we are heading. Will we eventually live in an automated utopia where we lounge about, or might our creations destroy us as in the Terminator movies Will the Internet make it's vast knowledge available to all, or will it further the separation between the have's and have not's. While there are many good things that stem from computers there is a dreadful weakness. We as a nation and a world are addic...
  • Money And Information Organised Crime
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    - MONEY AND TROUBLE- An analysis of motive within Europe Wolfgang Stoltzenberg s business Castor Holdings displayed the illusion of being a very successful company and the large banks of the world continued to lend to Stoltzenberg despite the fact that in reality the business had not made a profit in years. Castor Holdings was a parent company to York-Hannover that was run by Kersten Von Wersebe. Eventually when the banks began to foreclose and call back their loans Stoltzenberg had to file for ...
  • Business To Business Technology
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    Today's businesses are operating in a highly dynamic environment. The task environment and specific environments are changing dramatically and in such a short period of time that it is becoming basically impossible to adapt any long term strategic plan and keep a competitive edge. Production and operation efficiency help greatly in cutting costs and permits organizations to compete in terms of product price, however fierce price cutting is not the guarantee of survival. Innovation and technologi...
  • Application Of Computer Computers System Systems
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    APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTERS The dawn of the new age - The Computer Era - glows before us with the promise of new and improved ways of thinking, living and working. The amount of information in the world is said to be doubling every six to seven years. The only way to keep up with these increased amounts of data and information is to understand how computers work and the ability to control them for a particular purpose. A computer can be defined as an electronic data processing device, capable of a...