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  • n. Plural form of e-crime.

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Examples

  • This Article will present three case studies drawn from recent high-profile news stories to illustrate the pitfalls of legislating in the e-crimes arena.

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  • After his initial arrest, Webber threatened on a forum to blow up the head of the police e-crimes unit in retaliation, and used his hacking skills to trace officers' addresses.

    Boing Boing

  • Thursday's arrests are part of an ongoing investigation by the e-crimes unit in collaboration with the FBI and other law-enforcement agencies overseas.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The most common forms of harassment are by voicemail or text, but e-crimes involving child pornography, harassment and violation of order of protections are on the rise as technology becomes more accessible.

    NBC Chicago -

  • "The Victoria Police e-crimes squad is investigating reports of alleged hacking of a number of different business servers hosted in Melbourne," the spokeswoman told agency.

    Zee News : India National

  • The Victoria Police e-crimes squad is investigating the alleged hacking attacks but says it cannot comment at this stage.

    Zee News : India National

  • "The Victoria Police e-crimes squad is investigating reports of alleged hacking of a number of different business servers hosted in Melbourne," the spokeswoman said.

    The Times of India

  • Vocus chief James Spenceley declined to confirm the identity of the hosting firm targeted but said Vocus had advised them to report the attack to the e-crimes unit of Victorian Police.

    iTnews Australia

  • "This was the mother lode," said Matt Weir, a doctoral candidate in the e-crimes and investigation technology lab at Florida State University, where researchers are also examining the data.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The forum covered a number of topics, including the e-transaction legal perspectives in different areas such as: e-government, e-management, e-commerce, and e-signature, the technical aspects of e-government, the legal organisation of e-government, the legislative and regulatory requirements for judgment and execution in e-crimes as well as Internet infrastructure and the available security systems.

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