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|ALKAABI, Ali Obaid Sultan|
Combating computer crime [Documento electrónico] : an international perspective / Ali Obaid Sultan Alkaabi.- [Queensland] : [s.n.], 2010.- 1 CD-ROM ; 12 cm
Thesis submitted to the Information Security Institute, Faculty of Science and Technology, Queensland University of Technology for the degree of doctor of Philosophy. Ficheiro de 2,08 MB em formato PDF (323 p.).
CRIME INFORMÁTICO, BRANQUEAMENTO DE CAPITAIS, GAFI, LEGISLAÇÃO, AUSTRÁLIA, EMIRADOS ÁRABES UNIDOS, REINO UNIDO, ESTADOS UNIDOS
Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Computer crime - past and present. 2.1. Computer crime. 2.2. Combating computer crime. 2.3. Combating money laundering. 2.4. Limitations of the existing approaches. 2.5. Research methodology. 2.6. Conclusion. Chapter 3: The nature of computer crime and the harmonisation of computer crime legislation. 3.1. A model for classifying computer crime. 3.2. Cybercrime legislation alignement with the CoE Convention on Cybercrime. 3.3. Proposal to develop harmonised cybercrime legislation globally. 3.3. Conclusion. Chapter 4: Case study: combating computer crime in Australia and the UAE. 4.1. Methodology. 4.2. Cross-case findings - QPS vs. ADP. 4.3. Discussion. 4.4. Conclusion. Chapter 5: The extent of money laundering. 5.1. Money laundering estimates. 5.2. Anti money laundering statistics: cases, prosecutions and convictions. 5.3. Discussion. 5.4. Conclusion. Chapter 6: Money laundering and FATF Compliance by Australia, the UAE, the UK and the USA. 6.1. Compliance with the FATF 40+9 recommendations. 6.2. Discussions: factors affecting compliance. 6.3. Conclusion. Chapter 7: Conclusion anf future work. 7.1. Summary of contributions. 7.2. Future work. 7.3. Conclusion. Bibliography. Appendices.