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High-Tech Abuse and Crime on College and University Campuses

Monday, January 1, 2007


Through system adoption of information technology for myriad purposes college and university campuses have significantly enriched higher education. Campuses have also unwittingly created new opportunities for abuse and crime in higher education. In this session, Sam McQuade and Dave Pecora of the Rochester Institute of Technology will share unprecedented research findings about high-tech offending and victimization by and among college students at a technological institute. They will also describe what RIT is doing to prevent, deter, and technologically interdict many forms of IT-enabled abuse and crime.

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