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Information Systems, Computer Crime & Criminal Justice By Edward M. Roche, George Van Nostrand
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NORTH CAROLINA Seventh Student Edition. Extensive coverage of computer-related crime and Internet fraud. Includes Model Computer Crime Code and relevant Federal Statutes. Cyber-crime, Child... More > Pornography, Online Gambling, Slave Trade, Nigerian e-Mail Scams, Identity Theft, Bank Fraud, Denial-of-Service Attacks, Hacking, Embezzlement, Information Terrorism, Industrial Espionage, Solicitation, Piracy, Fake Credit Cards, Counterfeit Drugs, Online Voyuerism, Pfishing, Eavesdropping, Spam, Unprotected Speech, Hate Crimes, Pretexing, Spyware, Spoofing, Encryption, Computer Forensics, Homicide-by-Computer, Firewalls, Cyber Search-and-Seizure, Surveillance, Counterintelligence, Disaster Recovery, Bait-and-Switch, Social Networking, Child Predators, Massive Multiplayer Online Games, Virtual Reality, Invasion of Privacy, Lottery Scams, Auctions, Exploitation of Elderly Persons, Hate Groups, Spies, Criminals, Gangsters, Promoters, Confidence Men, Pyramid Schemes, Tax Evasion, Portals, "Winning" Lotteries, and P2P.< Less
Southern Baptists and Southern Slavery: The Forgotten Crime Against Humanity By Rev. Dr. A. L. Carpenter
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The Southern Baptist Convention is the only denomination to have been created from the idea that the African, by biblical decree, was forever to be doomed to slavery. This book explores how such an... More > incredible evil could have been perpetrated upon a people by the Southern Baptists and why they felt compelled to argue for the defense of slavery until the last shot was fired in the Civil War. Southern Baptists deeply believed it was a Divine right to buy and sell the African, a fact that has been buried in the annals of the Southern Baptist history. This gross violation of human rights has never been held to account and remains the best kept secret of Southern Baptists. Let all African Americans read this book and decide for themselves who was responsible for the pain and suffering of their ancestors. Let all Southern Baptists read this book and come face to face with their own history. This book has attracted a tremendous amount of criticism from the Southern Baptists;it is a history they would rather forget.< Less