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Investigating Internet Crimes by Art Bowker, Todd G. Shipley

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Chapter 17

Putting It All Together

This chapter provides various investigative scenarios and examples of steps needed to successfully solve them. The purpose is to demonstrate how the investigator can collect online evidence and identify the witnesses and potential suspects for various common Internet crimes.

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Internet crime scenarios; eBay fraud; Craigslist stolen property; Internet threat; cyberharassment; Internet murder; email threat

We passed important laws to give the authorities responsible for investigation wide powers to defend us.

George Pataki, Former Governor

Concepts in action

Investigating Internet crimes requires a basic skill set to identify where the evidence is and to track it to a possible perpetrator. We have laid out techniques ...

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