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Month: April 2014


The $7 Million Shoplifting Spree and the Classifications of Shoplifters
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The $7 Million Shoplifting Spree and the Classifications of Shoplifters

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While most shoplifting in U.S. stores is carried out by college-educated individuals who simply act on impulse and steal low-value items, it can very well be turned into a lucrative business that can pay for a luxurious lifestyle.

 

This is exactly the case of a family from a Chicago posh suburb, who stole $7 million in merchandise from stores all over the country during a 10-year shoplifting spree. Their main targets included toys, dolls, cosmetics, … Read More

Drug War Out, Cyber War In: America’s New Exorbitant Panic
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Drug War Out, Cyber War In: America’s New Exorbitant Panic

“Cyber security” is the new buzzword sending millions of Americans into a panicked frenzy as they find themselves vulnerable to numerous attacks by cyber criminals. And with the forward march of digitalization over the last two decades cutting across all segments of society, hackers have their work cut out for them.

 

In the 21st century America, “internet” is the name of our new addiction. Information-hungry, tech-savvy users are now empowered to capture, create, and spread content across a variety … Read More

Psychological Violence: Still Violence, Still a Crime
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Psychological Violence: Still Violence, Still a Crime

No woman – whether a member of the high class or earning the minimum wage – is immune to domestic violence, be it physical, emotional, psychological, or economical. Although studied less than other forms of intimate partner violence, psychological abuse is the only reality known to millions of women across the globe, with dramatic consequences for those abused.

 

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Preventing Fraud in the Digital World: Is that Even Possible?
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Preventing Fraud in the Digital World: Is that Even Possible?

The digital age we currently live in makes it so much easier for criminals to steal from us, and with far less risk.Equipped with high-tech devices, software, and the proper knowledge, sophisticated criminals are raking in an astounding $3.5 trillion every year – money lost globally to online fraud. Cloud computing, the rise of smartphones, and the ever-increasing popularity of social networks – all essential aspects to a hyper-connected community – are considerably easing fraudsters’ work.

 

While classic techniques … Read More