Internet Crime And The Internet

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The “Deep Web,” is a separate web accessed by anyone anywhere around the world. Using the servers provided by the United States in order to operate. Covering more than ninety percent of the internet, providing with illegal content and shops (Sterne, 4). People around the globe can connect to the Deep Web and have access to books and articles, informing readers on how to create bombs, how to take out and sell organs for money, and how to make illegal drugs. The Deep Web can be accessed by downloading the “Tor Browser,” which protects the user’s identity by transferring IP addresses from computers around the world. According to Sterne, who is an internet security agent, “the transfer of drugs, illegal weapons and the hiring of contract killers …show more content…
In one sense, this situation was less a measure of growing pains than of the increasing importance of the Internet in daily life” (Gardels 2). Internet is used in every individual’s daily life. Crime rates are increasing, which means there should be a safety protocol to stop the hijackers from stealing professional information. The PSN networks were hacked by using the networks and satellites of Unites States networks; robbing more than 700,000 accounts and 6,000,000 credit cards. The hackers fled to Belgium and Sweden, and were caught by China’s high power monitoring system called, Beijing Association of Online Media (BAOM) (Li Pang, 1). The Unites States networks are open worldwide, and most of the time advantages are taken by people. Tragedies like these happened since there aren’t any regulations on how many packages can go thought one sat light. Every package is equal to two thousand, five hundred and sixty high resolution pictures, four hundred and ninety videos, and fourteen thousand, five hundred and thirty-four documents (Li Pang, 3). China, Germany, Russia, Iran, and South Korea, have regulates their servers up to only one …show more content…
It’s not the people are stupid who are getting scammed. Most scammers use the advantage of the internet’s cookies and scam people… for example, a person got scammed due to applying for a scholarship for his career. Also, people get scammed through fake I.R.S emails. Without any regulations, it’s free money with no worry (O 'Harrow, 5). Many scams are done by the internet fooling people into believing that it’s a governmental program. The government should place punishments for people who scam other users on real world currency. Some people may argue that people who get scammed are not careful enough to investigate the web page before giving any information to anyone. True, but most of the time scams happened due to the fact that someone either tricked a person into thinking it was the

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