High Technology Crime in UK Law

  • Institute diary.
    • Nbr. 2002, May 2002
    • Financial Management (UK)
    ...... and Somerset Constabulary and the National High Technology Crime Unit Time: 7 for 7.30pm Venue: ......
  • Book Review: Crime and Technology: New Frontiers for Regulation, Law Enforcement and Research
    • Nbr. 7-2, May 2005
    • International Journal of Police Science and Management
    ...... to the vital role of the United Nations in structuring a uni fi ed response to both the continued expansion of global economic markets and high technology crime. ‘ The role of the United Nations is to provide assistance to the developing countries and countries in transition. W e need to ......
  • Illustrating the incentivised steps criminals take to launder cash while avoiding government anti-laundering measures
    • Nbr. 23-2, May 2020
    • Journal of Money Laundering Control
    • 515-526
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the incentivised steps criminals take to launder cash while avoiding government’s anti-money laundering (AML) measures. Design/methodology/appro...
    ....../approach –To illustrate how and when technology is most prominent in themoney laundering process, ... money laundering”by examining several high-level examples. To strengthen the ...IntroductionOrganised crime has embraced the modern era. Expanding at a rapid ......
  • Market, Crime and Community
    • Nbr. 1-2, May 1997
    • Theoretical Criminology
    In this paper I argue that `market societies' — those in which the pursuit of private gain becomes the dominant organizing principle of social and economic life — are especially likely to breed hig...
  • 15 million [pounds sterling] boost for e-fraud projects.
    • Nbr. 2000, December 2000
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Prickett, Ruth
    • Brief Article
    ...... MI programme unite psychologists with technology experts to counter high-tech crime and improve ......
  • E‐Commerce Security: The Birth of Technology, the Death of Common Sense?
    • Nbr. 9-1, March 2001
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 79-89
    Amidst the clamber to join the high‐tech world of e‐commerce, companies have neglected to apply common sense to their endeavours. It is arguably the lack of common sense rather than the lack of sop...
    .... Journal of Financial Crime — Vol. 9 No. 1 E-Commerce Security: The Birth of Technology, the Death ... Sense? Robin McCusker INTRODUCTION Amidst the clamber to join the high-tech world of e-commerce, companies have neglected to apply common sense ......
  • “Is the person who he claims to be?” old fashion due diligence may give the correct answer!
    • Nbr. 19-1, January 2016
    • Journal of Money Laundering Control
    • 79-91
    Purpose: – This paper aims to critically examine the impact of the evolution of technology regarding customer due diligence (CDD) measures and highlight potential weaknesses in the areas of busines...
    ...... examine the impact of the evolution of technology regardingcustomer due diligence (CDD) measures d highlight potential weaknesses in the areas of ... thelegal framework in ghting economic crime. Interviews from professionals were carried out ......
  • Library security, materials theft and mutilation in technological university libraries in Nigeria
    • Nbr. 19-6, September 1998
    • Library Management
    • 379-383
    Librarians across the world are increasingly concerned with the safety and physical integrity of valuable intellectual properties. The scenario in developing countries is exacerbated by economic di...
    ...... libraries have introduced tradition-al crime prevention measures aimed at cur-tailing the ... inthe Nigerian universities of technology arecoping with the problems of a lack of ...The high cost of photo-copying and frequent breakdown of ......
  • The Computer and Personal Privacy, Part I: The Individual Under Assault
    • Nbr. 5-1, January 1987
    • Library Hi Tech
    • 23-31
    The tremendous advancements that have recently occurred in computer technology, including central processing speed and low‐cost, high‐density mass storage, provide great potential benefits for indi...
    ...... have recently occurred in computer technology, including central processing speed and low-cost, high-density mass storage, provide great potential ... agencies, corporations, organized crime, and other entities. A number of computer-based ......
  • Punitive Welfare on the Margins of the State: Narratives of Punishment and (In)Justice in Masiphumelele
    • Nbr. 30-3, June 2021
    • Social & Legal Studies
    While there is an established literature on the relationship between political economy and state punishment, there is less work on how punishment is constituted from below in contexts of inequality...
    ...... inequality or the viscerally corporeal high rates of interpersonal violence, my interviewees ..., which combined harsh solutions to crime with explicit recognition of the importance of ... provide welfare, violence becomes a technology of exchange, which simultaneously seeks both more ......
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