Kurnia, Nia (2008) ANALISIS KEJAHATAN MAYANTARA DALAM PERSPEKTIF KRIMINOLOGI DAN FIQH JINAYAH. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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The improvement of information technology gives many benefits for human life. Human activity become faster, easier, and practical because of the human mobilities become faster, through this improvement of technology, now the society has more widely scope of movement. Human activity that originally national oriented by nature has changing to globally oriented. Altough this improvement makes much easier for human life, it also cause many problems which is not so easy to find the way out. One problem that occur because of the improvement of technology, especially the technology with the internet as a supporting tool, is well known as cybercrime. This crime not only ‘new’ but also create the widely effect not just inside the region of a nation but spread worldwide also. For that reason, in this thesis, the writer proposes the title : ‘The Analysis of Cybercrime from the Perspective of Criminology and Fiqh Jinayah.’ In connection with the problem of the study, in this thesis, writer proposed to find out any kind of cybercrime which is committed by the black hat hackers or crackers and to described the fiqh jinayah (Islamic criminal law) and criminology point of view about the cybercrime. For better result, the writer uses descriptive research method with comparative approach, that is :comparing data related to the writer’s study for obtaining data which is closer to the truth and finally the writer can make a conclusion, this descriptive research method also known as normative survey. From the result of the writer’s analysis about this cybercrime, the writer conclude that basically, cybercrime is a criminal act which is related to computer and internet (cyberspace), both criminal act to public facility in cyberspace or criminal act to privat domain. There are some types of cybercrime, that is : first, unauthorized access to computer system and service (a crime which is committed by entering / penetrating the computer system illegally); second, illegal contents (a crime which is committed by put some untrue data or information into the internet) ; third, data forgery (a crime which is committed by forgering data) ; fourth, cyber espionage (a crime which is committed by using the internet network to spy on something or someone); fifth, cyber sabotage and extortion (a crime which is committed by disturbing or destroying data) ; sixth, offense againts intellectual property (this crime refer to the Intellectual Property Rights) ; seventh, infringements of privacy (this crime refer to someone’s information which is.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||K Law > K Law (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Islamic Studies > Department of Syariah|
|Depositing User:||Anggit Aldila|
|Date Deposited:||14 May 2012 04:11|
|Last Modified:||14 May 2012 04:11|
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