Cybercrime ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Cybercrime ( noun )

  1. Any illegal activity that uses a computer or the internet to commit a crime.
  2. An illegal activity that uses the internet to carry out a crime.

Origin:

The term "cybercrime" is derived from the prefix "cyber-" which relates to computers or electronic devices and the noun "crime", which refers to an illegal act.

Examples:

  1. Cybercrime is a growing problem in today's society.
  2. He was convicted of cybercrime for hacking into the company's computer systems.
  3. The department set up a cybercrime unit to investigate internet-based crimes.
  4. Cybercrime can be committed by anyone with access to the internet.
  5. The cybercrime law is intended to protect people from online fraud and other internet-based crimes.

(As a verb)

Cybercrime ( verb )

  1. Any illegal activity that uses a computer or the internet to commit a crime.
  2. An illegal activity that uses the internet to carry out a crime.

Origin:

The term "cybercrime" is derived from the prefix "cyber-" which relates to computers or electronic devices and the noun "crime", which refers to an illegal act.

Examples:

  1. Cybercrime is a growing problem in today's society.
  2. He was convicted of cybercrime for hacking into the company's computer systems.
  3. The department set up a cybercrime unit to investigate internet-based crimes.
  4. Cybercrime can be committed by anyone with access to the internet.
  5. The cybercrime law is intended to protect people from online fraud and other internet-based crimes.
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