Table of contents for Cyber crime / Louise I. Gerdes, book editor.

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Contents
Foreword
Introduction
Chapter 1: Is Cyber Crime a Serious Problem?
Chapter Preface
1. Identity Theft Is a Serious Problem
Chris Swecker
2. Identity Theft Is a Declining Problem
Thomas M. Lenard
3. Cyberterrorism Poses a Serious Threat to Global Security
Simon Finch
4. The Problem of Cyberterrorism Is Exaggerated
Pete Simpson
5. Internet Piracy Threatens the Entertainment Industry
Orrin Hatch
6. The Problem of Internet Piracy Is Overstated
Dave McClure
7. Online Predators Are a Serious Threat
Jeff Buckstein
8. The Media Stereotype of Online Predators Is Inaccurate
Janis Wolak, David Finkelhor, Kimberly J. Mitchell, and Michele L.
Ybarra
Periodical Bibliography
Chapter 2: What Factors Contribute to Cyber Crime?
Chapter Preface
1. Organizational Mismanagement, Not Hackers, Explain Most Data
Breaches
Kris Erickson and Philip Howard
2. Vigilantism Motivates Some to Violate Cyber Laws
Nancy Gohring
3. Scam-Spammers Prey on Consumer Fears and Insecurities
James Blascovich
4. Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Is a Form of Rebellion Against Corporate
Tyranny
Marc Freedman
5. The Internet Helps Promote Terrorism
Steve Coll and Susan B. Glasser
6. The Internet Provides a New Way for Stalkers to Pursue Their
Victims
Kacy Silverstein
Periodical Bibliography
Chapter 3: How Can Companies and Consumers Reduce the Impact of
Cyber Crime?
Chapter Preface
1. Consumers Should Be Allowed to Freeze Their Credit History
Anita Ramasastry
2. Consumers Should Not Be Allowed to Freeze Their Credit History
Stuart Pratt
3. Software Manufacturers Should Be Liable for Internet Security
Breaches
Bruce Schneier
4. Software Companies Should Not Be Liable for Internet Security
Breaches
Harris Miller
5. Colleges Should Play a Greater Role in Combating Internet
Piracy
Grahan Spanier
6. Combating Internet Piracy Is Not an Appropriate Role for
Colleges
Mark Luker and Michael Petricone
Periodical Bibliography
Chapter 4: What Laws Will Best Prevent Cyber Crime?
Chapter Preface
1. A Federal Data Breach Notification Standard Is Necessary
William Yurcik and Ragib Hasan
2. Weak Federal Disclosure Laws Will Not Protect Consumers
Bruce Schneier
3. The Cybercrime Treaty Will Improve the Global Fight Against Internet
Crime
Cyber Security Industry Alliance
4. The Cybercrime Treaty Threatens Civil Liberties
Bob Barr
5. A Crackdown on Student Internet Copyright Infringers Is
Necessary
Mitch Bainwol and Cary Sherman
6. A Crackdown on Student File-Sharing Is an Ineffective Strategy
Fred von Lohmann
7. The Federal Cyberstalking Law Will Protect Victims
Jim McDermott
8. The Federal Cyberstalking Law Violates Free Speech
Wendy McElroy
Periodical Bibliography
For Further Discussion
Bibliography of Books
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Computer crimes.