Digital Crime Theories Assignment

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Register to read the introduction… Research has shown that criminals usually fall into stage one and two of moral development, where non-criminals usually fall in between stages three and four. In stage 1, children comply with authority out of fear. Leaving the assumption that something is viewed morally correct if punishment is avoided. Therefore, individuals that did not progress through this stage will think that their criminal behavior is acceptable as long as they go unpunished for the criminal act.
In stage two children define what is right by having their needs satisfied; defining what is right if they are not punished for it (stage 1) and it satisfies their needs. What is right or wrong is whether or not they get punished and their needs were satisfied (Taylor, Fritsch, & Liederbach, 2015).
Ex: Hacking is a digital crime, whether it be for status quo, pleasure or criminal intent, all aspects of hacking is considered a digital crime. Most hackers, hack for status quo or pleasure, and feel as if they are not committing a crime as no harm is done. While some computer and of digital communication intrusion is caught, there are much that goes un-noticed, and unpunished. Leaving Hackers in the mindset that their criminal acts are acceptable and correct, as their needs are satisfied, and their criminal acts go unpunished.
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Include one (1) example for each crime in question to support your response.
Terrorism and Political Theory
Terrorism and Political Theory the use of violent acts to frighten the people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a political goal. Terrorist often apply extreme random acts of violence against innocent (e.g. attack on symbolic institutions, such as schools, churches, bombing of malls, and office buildings, and the killings of individuals that represent legitimate government such as soldiers, police officers, or political leaders), this is done to place fear in the general population.
Ex: Digital crime: A video that was recorded and aired across digital and internet communication of the Jordanian pilot Lt. Muath al-Kasabeh being burned alive while trapped in a cage. As this is both a barbaric digital and non-digital crime, we will focus on the digital crime era. The purpose of the terror group ISIS to air the video of the pilot burning alive was done in hopes of weakening the Jordanian nation with hopes of leaving them in fear. However, this horrific crime only outraged the Jordanian’s, and the nation, forming a true coalition (Raddatz,

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