2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin

SEC 313 Cybervice

3 hours

This course explores the cybercrimes that are collectively known as cybervices; namely, cyberprostitution, the sale of drugs online, and Internet gambling. Particularly, students will examine the use of the Internet and technology to facilitate prostitution, the proliferation of cyberprostitution, the forums in which it occurs, and issues with combating this cybercrime nationally and internationally. This course also covers the identification, investigation and prosecution of individuals running online pharmacies that illegally sell prescription drugs and controlled substances. Finally, this course examines the legality of online gambling and the measures implemented by public and private security sectors to combat it. The course concludes by covering effective ways to combat cybervices.




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