Common types of internet crimes
Common types of computer/internet crimes include, but are not limited to:
- Computer crimes against children
- Identity theft
- Illegal downloading, including child pornography
- Credit card theft
- Cyber stalking
- Internet sex crimes
- Internet threats
- Phishing scams
Common consequences for Internet crimes
If you are found guilty of committing an Internet crime, you could face:
- Prison time
- Being forced to pay restitution
You can face multiple counts for the same crime
A defendant often faces multiple counts for the same crime because the jurisdiction in many Internet crimes is shared by local, state, and federal authorities.
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