Computer Crime Prevention Innovation

  • Computer Innovation

    EFFECTS OF COMPUTER INNOVATION Introduction: Today man’s scientific knowledge is very wide and highly advanced. It has helped him to discover and invent many things for his ease, comfort and efficiency. Computer is the latest and most brilliant child of science. They used for work, school, hospital, industrial, office, shops, house etc. The Computer can be a helpful place to find information on certain topics. With their quick processing ability helping, it makes informed decisions more

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  • Categories of Computer Crimes

    Categories of Computer Crimes Keshia Lubin Strayer University Abstract Computer crime is any crime that has to do with a computer and a network. Computer crimes are criminal activities which involve the use of information technology to get illegal or unauthorized access to a a computer system with the mind set of damaging, deleting, and altering computer data. Computer crimes are include but are not limited to electronic frauds, misuse of devices, identity theft and data. Computer crimes

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  • Categories of Computer Crimes

    Categories of Computer Crimes CIS 170 – Information Technology in Criminal Justice Dr. Nicole L. Gray Marilyn T. Hawkins October 16, 2012 Computer Crimes are criminal activities, which involve the use of information technology to gain an illegal or an unsanctioned access to a computer system with volition of damaging, deleting or alter computer data. Computer crimes also include the activities such as electronic frauds, misuse of devices, identity theft and data as well as system intrusion

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  • A Major Forms of Computer Crime

    Forms of Computer Crime     Computer crimes are on the rise 1 in 10 Americans experience some form of a malicious attack on their computer system.   If you pay attention to the rest of this speech you will understand how a Hackers mind works and how to defend yourself from them.   In this speech I will tell you why and how people break into computers, what sorts of trouble they cause, and what kind of punishment lie ahead for them if caught. Hackers and Crackers break into computer systems

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  • Categories of Computer Crimes

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  • Crime Prevention

    Finding the Root Causes of Crime Crime prevention is not a new idea. In fact, most police forces have been actively engaged in crime prevention activities for a number of years, and their efforts are increasingly being supplemented by volunteer based neighborhood and community initiatives. What is new is the emerging tendency to shift away from an exclusive focus on police based approaches in favor of a broader conception of how to prevent crime. The result is a number of new possibilities for delivering

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  • Categories of Computer Crime

    CATEGORIES OF COMPUTER CRIME What is a computer crime? A computer crime is an illegal activity that is affected via a computer. A computer crime it is like a normal crime. The only thing difference from it is that in which the computer crime is carried out. A person can commit theft, trespassing, embezzlement and fraud. The rules to what is a felony act depend of what jurisdiction of the crime commit. The starter of the internet has increased the warning of these crimes. It been difficult

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  • Police and Crime Prevention in Nigeria

    POLICE AND CRIME PREVENTION IN NIGERIA Akintunde Kabir Otubu ~ Sunday A. Coker Introduction The importance of law and order to orderly development and growth of a society, both in the physical and economic sence, cannot be over emphasized. It is only a mind that is secured and at peace that can rationally address the issues of procreation, economic development and societal growth. A disturbed mind is a restless and distraught personality. It is therefore imperative to have peace and order in the

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  • Crime Prevention

    Crime Prevention CRJ 305 Michelle McMichael Professor Levit September 10, 2013 Crime Prevention “The ultimate goal of crime prevention is to reduce the risk of being a victim.” (SIU, par. 1) “Successful crime prevention efforts will promote a safer community by enhancing the perception of safety and the attitudes and behaviors that help people feel safe.” (SIU, par. 3) Reducing crime must be a community effort. It requires the work of not only law enforcement but also the community

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  • Various Computer Crimes

    Various computer crimes – week 2 The rapid growth computer technology and internet in 20th century has increased our dependence on computers and networks, which also led to the growth in new form of crime –“cyber crime” throughout the world. In the first chapter of Principle of Cybercrime, Clough describers the various definitions of cybercrime. It can be defined as crime that committed through internet on a computer. It uses computer as a tool to commit the crime like child pornography, fraud

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  • As Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

    Crime Prevention and Theory, Such as Crime Prevention through Environmental Design and other Preventive Programs University of Phoenix Survey of Justice and Security AJS/502 October 28, 2013 Crime Prevention and Theory, Such as Crime Prevention through Environmental Design and other Preventive Programs Criminal activity is not unplanned; it is either deliberate or opportunistic. Rendering to this philosophy, crime occurs when the activity area of a victim or objective crisscrosses within

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  • Computer Crime

    Cyber Crime Research Presentation by the Australian Institute of Criminology Dr Russell G Smith Principal Criminologist The Australian Institute of Criminology • Australia's national research and knowledge centre on crime and justice • Core funding from the Australian Government, with income for contract research from public and private sectors • Criminology Research Advisory Council representing all jurisdictions • Staff of 30 academic researchers and 25 support staff – total 55 Cyber

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  • Categories of Computer Crime

    Categories of Computer Crime Nick George CIS 170 October 21, 2013 Categories of Computer Crime Cybercriminals commit identity theft by hacking into people’s personal financial accounts and stealing their funds. Some hackers use website databases to obtain social security numbers, birth dates, security questions and other information they need to fill out applications for credit cards or loans in another person’s name. About five years ago, Wachovia had an incident where someone had

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  • Rbs Computer Crime

    many country. So they have high reputation. The bank are providing a personal banking, online banking, mortgages, bank accounts, credit cards, savings, loans and more even though at an international level. Many people are able to loan the money. The computer are facing lot of problem. So this will highly effect the reputation and can cause lot of trouble to the people. The problem was cause from the junior technician. The problem happen when the process of the software upgrade. The

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  • Categories of Computer Crime

    Categories of Computer Crime Shanice A Gilliard Prof. Carl Brown CIS 170 January 27, 2014 There are four types of computer crimes. The purpose of this paper is to explain each type and provide an example. During the course of this paper, I will also decide which type of crime in my opinion represents the greatest overall threat and give ways the government along with law enforcement agencies can attempt to counteract these crimes. Types of Crimes The four types of computer crime are as follows:

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  • Increasing Computer Crime

    Computer crimes seem to be an increasing problem in today's society. The main aspect concerning these offenses is information gained or lost. As our government tries to take control of the information that travels through the digital world, and across networks such as the InterNet, they also seem to be taking away certain rights and privileges that come with these technological advancements. These services open a whole new doorway to communications as we know it. They offer freedom of expression

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  • Computer Crimes

    Crime and Society Throughout history the study of crime has existed. There are a variety of crimes that exists today and as technology advances so does crimes. In order to combat these crimes law enforcement has came up with a variety of techniques. There are a variety of sources as to why people commit these crimes, such as: society, culture, and economics. The criminal justice system has came up with a variety of punishments so that the offender can learn his lesson and become a productive

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  • Crime Prevention

    Project Jerald Coleman Crime Prevention CRJ 306 Prof Angelique Lees March 10, 2014 It is the place where the Coleman family has called home for many years. From my years at Grimes Elementary, to playing basketball and football in the streets, crowds gathering for little league football and baseball games. Sunnyside, Texas is one of the most popular areas around the Houston area. However, along with those good times, also came some heartaches and pain due to crimes committed. Many of those

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  • Computer Crime

    Running head: COMPUTER CRIME Categories of Computer Crime S.R Skolnick Strayer University In today's society computers are used to commit crimes. These crimes are separated into four categories. These categories are as follows, the computer as a target, the computer as an instrument of crime, the computer as incidental to a crime, and crimes associated with the prevalence of computers. In example of the computer as a target, is a case of Kevin Mitnick. Kevin Mitnick was once known as the

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  • Crime Reduction and Prevention Proposal

    Preventing Crime Crime Prevention and safety is always an issue when it comes to a community. It’s something that individual learn from observing others, reading, and learning from mistakes of others are some of the reasons we post and talk about near misses and direct hits that each of use have encountered (Safety Toolbox Talks, n.d). There are several ways to plan for crime prevention, but the best way is by the community being the eyes and ears of law enforcement. Crime prevention uses many

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  • Computer Innovation

    Abstract The computer illustrates how when man pulls together their technologies and abilities they can accomplish anything. The computer has created many specialized training abilities that will be used for thousands of years in the future. There is some controversy over it though. Some people think that the computer is getting too sophisticated ad that it might one day replace the human mind. Start of the Future The invention of the computer started around 2,000 years ago. The computer started

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  • Property and Computer Crimes Paper

    Property and Computer Crimes Paper John Samaniego, CJA354 May 22, 2011 Property and Computer Crimes Paper In today’s society because of the economic stress and high unemployment rate many crimes exist. The criminal justice system has become overwhelmed with various crimes. Summarizing and defining these crimes society will have a better understanding of these crimes as well as the effect these crimes may have on the community in a negative manner. Not only do these crimes effect society

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  • Situational Crime Prevention

    Situational Crime Prevention Situational crime prevention constitutes primary crime prevention measure. This is to say that it is aimed at deterring crime before it occurs. Situational prevention, like other similar primary prevention measures, focuses on subduing crime opportunities instead of the attributes of criminals or even potential criminals. It seeks to curtail opportunities for certain groups of crime by increasing the risks and difficulties associated with them and significantly reducing

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  • Computer Crime Journal

    available addresses. MAC address - Media Access Control address is a uniquely identifying serial number ‘attached’ to a device’s network card (or device) used to distinguish devices. Server - A server is a computer or computer system in a network shared by multiple users or computers. Servers, in a Windows environment, provide services which include: user management (Active Directory; LDAP); email (Exchange); DNS services; web services (IIS). Proxy server - A proxy server is any system or

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  • Computer Crime

    and not purposely harming the computer system. A Hacker is usually simply a person that shows a profound interest in a computer, how it works, and the technology used to access parts of the system itself. They feel that in most cases their knowledge is actually useful and most are authorized to hack into the systems. Some Hackers believe that hacking is a learning experience; including creative problem solving and educating others about the vulnerabilities with computer security. I feel that Hackers

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  • Crime and Crime Prevention

    Assignment B – Crime and Crime prevention ICT has greatly contributed to better crime prevention but has also increased some forms of crime. Many Internet criminals are using a number of different methods in order to take what they want from unsuspecting members of the public. There are multiple reasons why criminals commit crime via the Internet, however the most common crimes are the theft of money, the theft of identities or information and finally the damaging of others computers via methods

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  • Digital Computer Crime

    Digital Computer Crime There are multiple different scenarios in which computers can play a part in crime. Technology has made significant leaps and bounds in the last three-quarters of a century, which is truly astonishing (Taylor, Fritsch, & Liederbach, 2015). While it is wonderful for thousands of citizens across the world to be able to communicate instantly back and forth, there is a percentage of people that use computers, the Internet, and electronic communication to cause harm to

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  • Computer Crime

    Digital Computer Crime Matthew Moeller Dr. Neal Basta CIS170 April 21, 2015 Computer crimes are criminal activities that involve using a computer and a network to gain unauthorized access with the intent of deleting, altering, or damaging computer data. Due to them being extremely versatile, establishing criminal and noncriminal behavior when in use can be very difficult at times. The four most common categories of computer crimes are computer as a target, instrument of a crime, incidental

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  • Prevention of Crime

    Prevention of crime; There are 3 measures to prevent crime. Target Hardening. 1. Direct prevention- something like burglary, adding alarms to potential targets. 2. Alteration of the environment- in dark areas adding flood lights, CCTV etc. 3. Increased Efforts and risks- make it harder for people to commit crime. This works on the rational choice theory, people weigh up the costs and benefits to committing crime, a higher risk coupled with a high cost with little benefits people

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  • Computers & Crime

    Computers and Crime Faculty of Arts Assignment One Author Question: The Australian Centre for Policing Research Minimum provisions for the investigation of computer based offences (Reading 3) sets out the following items that should be considered for computer crime related legislation: 1. Unauthorised use 2. Computer related fraud 3. Computer forgery 4. Damage to computers 5. Unauthorised interception 6. Unauthorised reproduction of a protected computer program 7

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  • Assignment 1: Digital Computer Crimes

    Assignment 1: Digital Computer Crimes Brandy N Bledsoe Mark Stone CIS170 July 14, 2013 The computer is a doorway to a world of opportunity on the Internet that is not policed by any single law enforcement agency. The potential for financial gain along with the ease of commission has resulted in many crimes via the Internet that previously occurred via mail or over the telephone. These are the type of crimes that you do not expect as a normal everyday citizen; so many of these crimes are committed

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  • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

    The Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Crime prevention through environmental design is defined by the Bureau of Justice Assistance as “the strategies implemented to directly modify the environment to take advantage of pre-existing environmental assets or change the features of particular targets or areas to reduce crime” (Bureau of Justice Assistance, 2014). When taking observance of crime prevention and the environmental design there were many factors involved in the process. The factor

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  • Digital Computer Crime

    Digital Computer Crime Digital computer crimes are criminal activities, which involve the use of information technology to get wrongful or unjustified access to a computer system with the mindset of damaging, deleting, and altering computer data (Taylor, Fritsch, Leiderbach, 2015). Computer crimes do not necessarily have to involve damage to physical property. The computer itself could have participated in the crime or may have been the intended target. We will look at the four common types of computer

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  • Crime Prevention

    Crime Prevention Programs 1. The police must implement community - based programs designed for crime to help the public improve the quality of life and to make the street safer within their own community . The programs provides the citizens of the community with chance to be invested in the quality of life of the community. 2. Some of the challenges associated with the implementation of these programs are: One the community

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  • Crime Reduction and Prevention Proposal

    AJS/514 November 9, 2015 James L. Smith Crime Reduction and Prevention Proposal Chicago is a major city with a huge amount of crime and this paper will address crime reduction and prevention in this particular city. It will also address other issues such as; assisting victims, preventing crime, and achieving effective justice. This paper will address the effect that criminological theories and research have had on contemporary and historical crime control policies in Chicago. It will include

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  • Situation Crime Prevention

    Situational Crime Prevention There are many strategies that can be considered situational crime prevention strategies. Pick one of the following crime reduction strategies. 1. Improved Street Lighting 2. Surveillance Cameras on street 3. Use of access control for buildings 4. Electronic merchandise tags 5. Red light cameras After picking one of the 5 techniques outlined above do some research on it. First state what the techniques does and why it would be hypothesized to decrease

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  • Examine the Effectiveness of Situational Crime Prevention as a Means of Reducing the Impact of Crime on Society.

    Situational crime prevention arose from the work of Clarke, Cohen and Felson. Their theories suggested that by limiting the opportunity of committing crimes and making it become more risky that it would drop crime rates. Situational crime prevention included making it more difficult to steal by having neighbourhood watch schemes and by marking valuable goods with identifiable codes. It also included limiting opportunities for violence by using plastic glasses in pubs at night and having secruity

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  • Computer Forensics and Cyber Crime

    Computer Forensics and Cyber Crime Author Institution Computer Forensics and Cyber Crime A security survey or audit can also be referred to as a vulnerability analysis. A security survey is an exhaustive physical examination whereby all operational systems and procedures are inspected thoroughly (Fischer & Green, 2004). A security survey involves a critical on-site examination and analysis of a facility, plant, institution, business or home to determine its current security status

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  • Computer Crime

    Computer Crime Advances in telecommunications and in computer technology have brought us to the information revolution. The rapid advancement of the telephone, cable, satellite and computer networks, combined with the help of technological breakthroughs in computer processing speed, and information storage, has lead us to the latest revolution, and also the newest style of crime, "computer crime". The following information will provide you with evidence that without reasonable doubt, computer

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  • Digital Computer Crimes

    Digital Computer Crimes Byron Hill Information Technology in Criminal Justice CIS 170 Professor Basta April 20, 2016 Computer crime is usually a term referring to fraud, embezzlement, and manipulation. According to the Department of Justice’s Criminal Justice Resource Manual, computer crime is “any illegal act for which knowledge of computer technology is essential for successful prosecution” (Computer Crimes, 2015). There are many types of computer crimes but the four main ones consist

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  • Crime Prevention

    These days crimes almost happened every hour in our country. We can read about these crimes in newspapers and articles in the Internet and also watch them on television. These crimes which include robbery, kidnapping, extortion, snatch-thefts, raping and many others are obviously frightening and alarming. These crimes are committed by desperate people and they are ruthless and merciless which may cost lives and properties. Some too caused permanent injuries. Therefore it is important for us to be

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  • Issues Concerning Computer Crimes

    Issues Concerning Computer Crimes Any time the military or an organization makes a major change, whether it's a new customer service plan, restructuring, downsizing, or in the case of this paper a new leader, it's the job of the leadership and management teams to communicate the new change effectively. "An organization will take on the personality of its top leader" (Phillips, pp 63-4). This famous quote by Abraham Lincoln is as true and accurate in today's organizations as it was over a

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  • Crime Prevention

    Final Exam Guidelines Crime Prevention Concentrate most of your time on these topics and themes * 25 techniques of Situational Crime Prevention * Increase effort * Increase risk * Reduce Rewards * Reduce Provocations * Remove Excuses * All Theories * Crime Pattern Theory * Nodes, paths, edges * Routine Activities * Motivated offender, suitable target, [present] ; capable guardian [absence] * Rational Choice

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  • Computer Crimes

    Computer Crimes Andy Berg Professor Gregorio Chavarria CIS Information Technology and Crime 15 January 2012 Defining computer crime effectively is a daunting and difficult task. Nevertheless there are four general categories of criminal crime, including (1) the computer as an instrument of crime, (2) the computer as a target, (3) the computer as incidental to crime, and (4) crimes associated with the prevalence of computers. (Taylor, & Fritsch, 2011) The first category, the computer as

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  • Computer Crime

    COMPUTER CRIME OUTLINE SUBSTANTIVE COMPUTER CRIMES I. Intro A. Categories of Substantive Computer Crime Law 1. computer misuse crimes = intentional interference w/proper functioning of computers (hackers, viruses) 2. traditional crimes = traditional criminal offenses facilitated by computers (gambling, pornography) B. Computer Crime v. Traditional 1. computer crime usually threatens economic interests more than physical 2. computer crime much more

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  • Economics of Crime and Prevention

    Economics of Crime and Prevention Ja-mel Q. Whitaker ECO 499 Senior Seminar in Economics and Finance Professor Juliet Elu September 4, 2011 I. What is a Crime? Criminal activities produce several social issues in the United States. Criminal activities affect our “general well-being by threatening loss of property and by generating concern for our physical safety” (Grimes, Register, & Sharp, 2010). A large portion of “national output is devoted to crime prevention activities.” Unfortunately

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  • How the Affects of Economics, Crime, and Prevention Is Affecting America.

    Running Head: Crime in America Economics, Crime, and Prevention in America Clara m. Jones Strayer University Instructor: Dr. Astiage Tondari Economics 405: Economics of Social Issues June 7, 2012 Abstract Economic theories of crime have long been put forward in an attempt to explain criminality. They undertake to explain crime in terms of economic reasons as we as in terms of the structuring of society. Two of the most prolific of these theories look at the country of America and present

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  • Computer Crimes

    Computer Crimes Andy Berg Professor Gregorio Chavarria CIS Information Technology and Crime 15 January 2012 Defining computer crime effectively is a daunting and difficult task. Nevertheless there are four general categories of criminal crime, including (1) the computer as an instrument of crime, (2) the computer as a target, (3) the computer as incidental to crime, and (4) crimes associated with the prevalence of computers. (Taylor, & Fritsch, 2011) The first category, the computer as

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  • Disney World and Crime Prevention

    There are many reasons for which Disney World is a good example of crime prevention through environmental design. Barriers, pavement markings, magical fountains and friendly live security are just a few reminders of the purpose of the place: fun and laughter. People who go to the fairy tale world do so governed by their own free will. They give consent to being controlled by Mickey Mouse laws and to be guided like mindless peons through Goofy and Pluto lane. Unfortunately, even in a world filled

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  • Computer Crimes

    Cyber-Crime Trends In the dawn of the 21st century, the evolution of new technology and science concepts have made changes to everyone’s daily life. Cyber-crimes are a creature that did not exist 15-plus years ago. Back in the day, before technology, were only the conventional crimes such as illegal behaviors people thought were criminal behaviors. However, in today’s time an individual must be extremely careful because not only are people combating traditional crimes but cyber-crimes as well. Cyber-crimes

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