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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 (Cyber) Crime & Punishment Kansas Computer Crime... According to Kansas According to Kansas Statutes, "Computer Crime" is defined in the following ways:1. Accessing and damaging, altering, destroying, copying, or taking possession of a computer, computer system, computer network, or any other property.2. Using a computer to plan or go through with actions intended to defraud or obtain money (or anything of value) by false means. ...and Punishment There are three classes of misdemeanors: A, B, and C. Class A is the most serious and could be punished with up to a year in jail. Disclosing one's computer password in the state of Kansas is a class A misdemeanor. Other crimes in this category include marijuana possession and a second DUI offense.When it comes to crime classification, there are 10 levels of severity with level one being the most severe. In Kansas, computer crimes are classified as a security level eight nonperson felony. When classifying felonies, the degree refers to the criminal's level of involvement. However, when it comes toclassifying computer crimes......felonies can be considered 3rd degree if the amount involved is between $100,000 and $200,000...felonies can be considered 2nd degree if the amount involved is less than $200,000 but the computer, computer system, or computer network is owned by the government....felonies can be considered 1st degree if the amount involved is over $200,000 25% The percentage of computercrimes in the US that remainunsolved. In 2011, the Internet Crime Complaint Center reported... 51.76% 48.24% of complaints werefiled by men. of complaints werefiled by women 3.1% of complaints filed by those younger than 20 40% of complaintsfiled by thosebetween 20 and 39 43% of complaintsfiled by those between 40 and 59 14% of complaintsfiled by those age60 or older Number of complaints filed in 2011. 314,216 73% The percentage of Americanswho have been a victim of cyber crimes. States with the Most Complaints 1. California 2. Florida 3. Texas 4. New York 5. Ohio 6. New Jersey 7. Pennsylvania 8. Illinois 9. Virginia 10. Washington $485,253,871 Total amount lost in relation to cybercrime in 2011
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