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  • noun Plural form of cybercrime.

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Examples

  • A new genre of crimes, called cybercrimes, that thrive on the use of ICTs and the Internet have developed over more than two decades of massive computer use.

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  • The lab deals with anything digital, any kind of cybercrimes, including Internet fraud, identity theft, email threats and other crimes.

    Tennessean.com Dickson

  • The study found Burlington, a fast-growing municipality, ranked at or near the top in categories such as cybercrimes, consumer expenditures on computer hardware and software, and Internet access.

    London Free Press

  • The study found Burlington, a fast-growing municipality, ranked at or near the top in categories such as cybercrimes, consumer expenditures on computer hardware and software, and Internet access.

    Toronto Sun

  • The state's representatives also introduced testimony from a 'cybercrimes' expert that domain names were devices that allow Kentucky residents to engage in illegal gambling .... again without the owners being warned that actions possibly detrimental to them were in progress.

    Online Gambling News

  • "cybercrimes" charges against Nasir al-Subai'i for writing about his

    WN.com - Photown News

  • Some experts also say government institutions have not been effective in combating cybercrimes.

    ECOWAS Set to Combat Cybercrimes

  • A 2008 cyber security report stated that cybercrimes in Africa is growing faster than any other continent.

    ECOWAS Set to Combat Cybercrimes

  • A spokesman for the Economic Community of West African States ECOWAS says justice ministers have unanimously agreed on a common legal mechanism to combat cybercrimes in the sub-region.

    ECOWAS Set to Combat Cybercrimes

  • Ugoh said ECOWAS is putting structures in place to punish perpetrators of cybercrimes in the region.

    ECOWAS Set to Combat Cybercrimes

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