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SCARS™ Scam Criminology: Research Paper-Report – Predicting Online Fraud Victimisation In Australia
The pervasiveness of the internet and society’s reliance on it for personal and business use has brought with it many benefits. However, for those who seek to defraud others, it has also provided new ways of identifying and targeting potential victims.
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Research Paper-Report, Title: Predicting Online Fraud Victimisation In Australia Authors: Catherine Emami, Russell G Smith & Penny Jorna Date: April 5 2019 Audience: Scam Victims / General Audiences / Criminologists / Law Enforcement / Government Keywords: Fraud, Victims, Cybercrime, Victimization, Predicting Scams, Predicting Online Fraud, Australian Government, Predicting Online Fraud Victimisation In Australia ISSN: 1836-2206 Australian Institute of Criminology Published: 5/04/2019 Subject:
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