cybercrime


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cybercrime

noun a criminal offense on the Web, a criminal offense regarding the Internet, a violation of law on the Internet, an illegality committed with regard to the Internet, breach of law on the Internet, computer crime, connravention through the Web, corruption regarding Internet, criminal activity on the Internet, disrupting operations through malevolent programs on the Internet, eleccric crime, Internet crime, sale of contraband on the Internet, stalking victims on the Internet, theft of identify on the Internet
Associated concepts: copyright theft through cybercrime, cyber laws, hacking, privacy
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