Australian attitudes towards computer crime
Sullivan, Paul John (1995) Australian attitudes towards computer crime. Research Master thesis, Victoria University of Technology.
This investigation compares the responses of university staff and students of a Faculty of Business with those of the staff and students at the New South Wales Police Academy, in Goulburn. The research tested the attitudes of the respondents to computer fraud, credit card fraud, copying software and hacking into computer systems. The research found, from questionnaire responses, that computer crimes are considered to be insignificant compared with other crimes which have far less impact on society in financial terms. Hacking, in particular, which costs Australian society an increasing amount each year, was ranked at a very low level of significance. Further, the research found a significant difference between the university and police responses to whether or not hacking and copying software are considered to be criminal activities.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Research Master thesis)|
Master of Business
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Computer crimes, Australia, Public opinion|
|Subjects:||Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > School of Management and Information Systems
FOR Classification > 1602 Criminology
|Depositing User:||VU Library|
|Date Deposited:||28 Apr 2010 05:02|
|Last Modified:||23 May 2013 16:42|
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