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Florida among top states in the nation for Internet crimes

The Internet allows us to do many things that decades ago would not have been possible. People purchase goods online, communicate through social media platforms, pay their bills online and perform many other daily tasks using the Internet. However, increased Internet usage has also led to a rise in the number of people accused of computer crimes.

Asserting a defense against Internet crime allegations

There are many places individuals in Florida expect privacy. While this is commonly his or her residence, vehicle and person, this can extend to other places such as a computer. What a person does on the Internet and on their computer is done so with the expectation that it will remain private. However, if one is suspected of committing an Internet crime, this could impede this expectation of privacy. And if a search and seizure is carried out because of these allegations, it may be possible to use this information during a criminal defense strategy.

What is cyberbullying?

The possibilities when it comes to the Internet seem to be endless. And because the capabilities go beyond anyone's needs, it is possible to have one's Internet or computer usage to look as though one is misusing this form of technology. Thus, individuals in Florida and elsewhere could end up facing criminal allegation if it is suspected that the alleged offender used the Internet to complete a crime. Because Internet crimes are complex, it is essential to fully understand the situation, what defense options are available and the potential penalties one might face.

Penalties for violating the CAN-SPAM Act

We all get e-mails that we do not want. In most cases, these e-mails will get quickly deleted. However, some of these e-mails are repeatedly sent out with the hope of reaching a larger audience. Although this is allowed to a certain extent, when it comes to commercial messages, businesses that take part in this type of messaging must comply with certain laws. Violation of these laws could result in penalties.

Serious penalties for money mules and online scammers

The Internet holds many possibilities. Users are capable to completing tasks most do not even realize are possible. While there are many legal uses of computers and the Internet, there are also a long list of illegal activities that can be completed via a computer. It is also possible that individuals are wrongfully accused of committing an Internet crime when they in fact were acting lawfully. Nonetheless, these individuals still need to explore defense options if charged with a crime.

Understanding computer crimes and defense options

In today's society, it is challenging to get through the workday with out the assistance of a computer. Whether it is for personal or work use, computers and other similar technology are heavily relied on to complete and transmit work or other personal tasks. While these seem like normal and innocent acts, there are also ones that could result in one being accused of a computer crime.

What is identity theft?

A theft generally occurs when someone takes something that is not theirs with the intent of depriving the actual owner of the taken item. Identity theft is an extension of this general definition. In Florida and other jurisdictions, identity theft happens when a person uses the personal information of another individual for personal or economic gains.

What are the penalties for cyberbullying?

In the days of modern technology, we can accomplish many things with a click of a button. Residents in Florida and elsewhere look at this as an efficient and effective way to live; however, technology is not exclusively good and beneficial. Much bad and wrongdoings can be accomplished through technology, making it a source of criminal allegations.

Guiding you through a defense against internet crime allegations

In society today, it is rare for individuals in Florida and elsewhere to not have a personal computer or rely on this type of technology to complete work or personal tasks. The possibilities of this form of technology are endless, which means it is also possible for individuals to use computers in ways they are not familiar with. Whether it is something minor or much more severe, individuals may face allegations of computer crimes. This can be an overwhelming experience, as the penalties could be severe.

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