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What Can You Expect If You are the Subject of a Computer Crimes Investigation?

If you believe you are being investigated for committing a computer crime, there are several things you should know. First and foremost, you need to contact an attorney familiar with defending people accused of computer crimes. Technology is constantly changing and the laws must do so, too. You need the support of an attorney willing to keep up with the changes. People use computers for just about everything these days,...
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Could the Recent Government Data Hack Affect You?

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) recently revealed criminal hackers stole personal information from more than 20 million people, making it possibly the most significant data hack in history. Experts believe the fallout from the hack could compromise US intelligence and affect individual victims for years to come. Many believe China was responsible for the hack. OPM’s database was mostly unencrypted and monitored by a security team with barely any...
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Top Five Computer Crimes and What to Do If You are Accused of Any of Them

Computer crime is on the rise and as more people do more things online, the incidence of criminal activity is expected to continue. In addition to not falling victim to computer crimes, you also need to ensure what you are doing online is not illegal. Technology is constantly changing and it can be difficult to keep up with what is and is not legal. What are the five most common...
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What is the Difference Between Hacking and Phishing?

Hacking and phishing are likely two terms you are familiar with, but unless you have been a victim or you work in an industry related to computer security you might not understand the difference between the two. Both crimes are typically committed by nefarious individuals intending to defraud someone out of money. However, in some cases, innocent actions can be misconstrued as an attempt to commit a computer crime. This...
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Have You Been Accused of a Computer Crime?

An accusation of a computer crime might not seem as serious as that of a violent crime or various other charges, but computer crimes are very serious. In most cases, committing a computer crime is a violation of federal law and for some could even violate international law. If you are suspected of a computer crime, you will be exposed to rigorous and intrusive investigation by various law enforcement agencies,...
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David Lindsey, Attorney at Law

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