Cyber Crime, cyber bullying and on-line safety

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Cyber crime is a type of crime in which digital technology, such as computers and smart devices, is used as the means and/or the target for criminal activity. Offences can include cyber bullying, cyber stalking, online fraud and theft and hacking. Crimes such as child grooming and sex offences can also be facilitated through cyber means.
Cyber bullying is the use of technology to harass, threaten, embarrass, or target another.
 

 

Begin to explore cyber crime with a focus on cyber bullying and online safety.

 

Help and Advice about Cyber Crime, cyber bullying and on-line safety

 

Page last updated: 6th July 2017


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