Essay On Law And Criminality

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Law and Criminality To what extent is crime rebelled upon with the help of the law? “Many laws as certainly make bad men, as bad men make many law”. ~Walter Savage Introduction What is the law? A simple 3 letter word. Yet it brings about so many different meanings. .The system of rules which a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and which it may enforce by the imposition of penalties. What is criminality? Criminality is basically said to be the state as that of a criminal, there are many curiosities of a criminal which is why there are many studies of a criminals behaviour, and what drives an individual to make choices that lead up to the meaningless evidential life of a criminal. Law and criminality is the study of ones behaviour and justifying that by the certain laws of the specific countries…show more content…
Due to these online criminal activities cyberspace is most unsafe place to do business. This opens up a new field of crime to anyone with an internet connection which is scary once you think about it. Nowadays you have little children learning how to code in primary school where an internet connection has become such an important necessity that literally anyone could use it to their personal gain. This makes it easier for teenagers and young adults to dwell into the act of cybercrime as there are new ways to making yourself virtually invisible. This is a popular act of crime because of its traceability; new ways have been introduced to make your online presence untraceable, invisible and anonymous, which leaves you thinking. Should I really be leaving all my personal information online or, “in the cloud”.This allows a younger, smarter, more intelligent generation to rebel freely without their actions being traced to them which is becoming increasingly dangerous as this trend is
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