Cyber Crimes / Dr. Tamar Berenblum

Course Number: 61109

Throughout history, various technological developments, such as the internet, were exploited for criminal and deviant behavior (Grabosky, 2007). the internet allows the breakage of boundaries both of time and space as are embedded in legislation and formal control. Thus, the internet creates an illusion of anonymity, security and lack of supervision, which contributes to expressions of violence and crime. 

This course will examine the Human factor in cyber crime. 

Moreover, since understanding crime and deviance is not complete without a discussion about the ways to handle these behaviors and the modes of social control designed to prevent them; We will examine the regulation of cyber crime as well. 


2nd semester