Session 173: RS121 -> Crime and Information Technology
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Dearborn 2
Session Chair: Suzanne C. Wagner, Niagara University
Using the WWW to Spread the Word About Practical Crime Prevention to Business Owners
by: Sharon E. Chamard, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Telemarketing Fraud: Illegitimate Offspring of the American Market Economy
by: Glenn S. Coffey, University of Tennessee - Knoxville (Corresponding)
The 'Other' John Smith: Understanding Identity Theft Victimization Through Individual Experiences
by: John Kane, National White Collar Crime Center (Corresponding)
Shawn Hutton, National White Collar Crime Center
Ethical Decision Making and Software Piracy: An Examination of Gender Differences
by: Suzanne C. Wagner, Niagara University (Corresponding)

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