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Are the Current Computer Crime Laws Sufficient or Should the Writing of Virus Code Be Prohibited?

Robert Kroczynski
Fordham Intellectual Property Media and Entertainment Law Journal, Spring 2008, Vol 18; Numb 3, pp. 817-866
ISSN 1079-9699

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This Note examines why current computer crime laws are ineffective, and will continue to be ineffective, in preventing the damage caused by virus and worm computer programs unless significant changes are made. This Note then presents an alternative approach to fighting cybercrime that would prohibit the writing of virus and worm programs.6 Part I outlines the issues involving computer systems, the Internet and malicious software and introduces the concept of cybercrime.

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