Computer related crimes: a comparative analysis of Tanzanian and South African frameworks
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University of Cape Town
'Unknown to most of us, we are living inside and alongside a revolution of stupendous power and energy. It is not a communist, socialist, capitalist or even a religious revolution. It is the ICT revolution, the revolution of information communication technologies that is changing the nature and patterns of our social, commercial and political interactions. Like most revolutions, its true scope cannot yet be grasped nor can all the issues it raises be clearly understood even by those at its cutting edges". The Internet and other new technologies play an important role in today's global information society, are now essential in every sector of human life and can be used for the preparation and commission of serious and transnational crimes.
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Zomba, L. 2014. Computer related crimes: a comparative analysis of Tanzanian and South African frameworks. University of Cape Town.