Legal Aspect of Information Technology.

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ARDHI UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL OF GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BSc. Information System technology

IS 315: Legal Aspect Of Information Technology. Course Work Paper I ATTENDED BY: Mabena Daud A Reg#: 2315/T.2010

Submission date: 20 November, 2012 Answer: Introduction From the scenario of the question it’s like that MR. JANJAJANJA who is the citizen of Sweden has graduated from Harvard University in BSc. Information System Management in June 2011. There after he was employed at Mapinduzi Mwananchi Bank as an ICT system analyst. For the few month that he was working in that bank he managed to commit an offence of theft two times by steeling USD 40,000 from Mwanaamnina and second time he stolen USD 3000 belonging to the General Manager to his account in UK. The manager discovered the shortage of money in his account and he found out the one concerned about that lose is Mr. Janjajanja, 1. In this case the Mr. Janjajanja has several will be charged with several offences. He will be charged with offence of Theft as distinguished from standards leave loopholes that bad actors can exploit, Mr Janjajanja has firstly stolen the PIN code which should otherwise be secrete of the Manager, and far enough he stolen money from two different account which in one or another way that money does not belong to him. Section 258.—(1) of Penal code says ” A person who fraudulently and without claim of right takes anything capable of being stolen, or fraudulently converts to the use of any person other than the general or special owner thereof anything capable of being stolen, is said to steal that thing, (d) an intent to deal with it in such a manner that it cannot be returned in the condition in which it was at the time of the taking or conversion;”

But in the matter of Mr Janjajanja he was having no intention to return the stolen amount of money. And section 265 says “Any person who steals anything capable of being stolen is guilty of the felony termed "theft", and is...
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