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1)     FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin; Jul95,Vol.64 Issue 7, p21,6p,2bw


2)     Computer Crime, Vukovic.


3)     A Very Short History of Computer Ethics, by Terrell Ward Bynum


4)     Early Hackers Wanted To Advance Technology, Not Diminish It


5)     Computer Crime History


6)     Berkeley Technology Law Journal: A Survey of Cybercrime In The United States, by Aaron Burstein


7)     Computer Crime, Scott Charney and Kent Alexander.


8)     A Computer Crime Wave?  Wilson Quarterly; Spring90, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p132, 1/2p


9)     The Enemy Within: Detecting White Color Crime; International Review of Law, Computers & Technology; Oct. 97, Vol. 11 Issue 2. P263, 4p; by Jacqui Hildreth.


10) Fraud in Hong Kong:  KPMG News Fraud Survey 2000.


11) Romania: Authorities Vow To Fight Growing Trend Of Internet Fraud, by Eugene Tomiuc


12) E-Fraud--- What Companies Face Today, by Steven Philippson, Samantha Thomas; Computer Fraud & Security 2003, pp7-9


13) Mobile and Electronic Commerce. 7 Nov. 2003.


14) Neural Dragnets. 9 Nov. 2003.


15) Review of the Electronic Fraud Detection System. 9 Nov. 2003.


16) Unawed by Fraud. 9 Nov. 2003.


17) Payer Authentication. 7 Nov. 2003.


18) Decision Management Software. 7 Nov. 2003.


19) Mining For Fraud, Intelligent Systems. July/Aug, 2003.


20) “Bank One Honors BancTec with 2003 Partner Award”. (information technology supplier award event).


21) “Bank One’s CEO Reshuffles Branch Staffing”.;jsessionid=BL2GM2NOPANV4QSNDBCSKHY?articleID+16100905


22) Bank One to Keep Tech an Inside Job:


23) Bank One Goes to Visa for Debit Processing Solutions.


24) “Bank One Security”.


25) “Bank One Calls Attention to ID Theft”.


26) Risk Management.





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