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  • What is hacktivism?
  • What has been the response of national and international law enforcement agencies to this new tide of criminal activity?
  • How would someone's right to privacy be violated by computer-related crime?
  • What methods are used to detect and prevent cybercrime?
  • What precautions have banks, online stores, commerce taken to thwart hacktivism?
  • What precautions can consumers take to prevent being targeted?
  • What can be done about cyberstalking?
  • When does cyberbullying become a cybercrime?
  • What are the non-monetary motives for hacktivist groups?
  • How is the very technology that created opportunities to commit crime for the cyber criminals aid in catching them?
  • Can hacktivism technically remain a cybercrime" while still contributing to a larger social good?

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