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Cybercrime Law and its Effects to

Social Media and Social Networking Sites Users

A Research Paper

Presented to

The Faculty of the College of Education

Saint Louis Anne Colleges

In Partial Fulfilment Of

Requirements for the Degree Of

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Daile B. Burila

Anna Lyn S. Gregorio

March 2013

APPROVAL SHEET

This research paper entitled Cybercrime Law and its Effects to Social Media and Social

Networking Sites Users, prepared by Daile B. Burila and Anna Lyn S. Gregorio in partial

fulfilment of the requirements for the degree in Bachelor of Science in Information

Technology (BSIT) hereby for oral examination.

March 2013Ms.Rhonalyn R. Bulanhagui
Professor

Acknowledgement
Profound gratitude is due to the LORD ALMIGHTY for all the blessings HE bestowed to the researchers in the pursuit of this study.
Likewise, they would like to extend their sincerest gratitude and appreciation to the following:

Ms.Rhonalyn R. Bulanhagui, their professor who guided them in making this research;
The LIBRARIAN of Saint Louis Anne Colleges, for helping them to find the books and published research needed to enrich this study;

The RESPONDENTS, for the time they spent in answering the questionnaire checklist and;

Their friends and special someone, for giving them enough courage and strength to keep on going; and

Special appreciation is due to their loving parents for all the financial and moral support that enabled them to surpass all.

--- The Researchers

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Preliminaries

Title Page i
Approval Sheetii
Acknowledgement iii
Table of Contents iv
List of Tables v
List of Tables vi

II. The Problem and its Background

Introduction 1
Statement of the Problem 2
Importance of the Study 3
Definition of terms 4-7 Scope and Limitations of the Study 8
Hypothesis 9
Survey of Related Literature 10-17 Methods of Study & Sources of Data 18-21 Presentation, Analysis and &
Interpretation of Statistical Data 22
Summary of Findings, Conditions
and Recommendations 13

III. References

Bibliography 14
Appendix 15
Curiculum Vitae 16

List of Tables

Table 1 – Daily Trends of Cybercrime Attacks p.12

Table 2.1 – Cybercrimes Cited in the Convention on Cybercrime p.13

Table 2.2 – Cybercrimes Cited in the Convention on Cybercrime p.14

Table 3 – Table 3 CERT 2006 E-Crime Watch Survey Results p.14

Table 4 – OECD Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows of Information p.15

List of Figures

Fig 1.1 – Daily Trends of Cybercrime Attacks p.12
II. The Problem and its Background

Introduction

The advancement of technology has remarkably improved the quality of life.

Throughout history, technological innovations have helped humankind improve their

standards of living, beginning with the simple invention of bone tools of prehistoric

times, continuing on to and beyond modern air conditioners, automobiles, and super

computers. Every appearance of a new technology has improved the social advancement, enhancing the quality of life. The invention of the car and the plane made

it possible for people to travel far away from their home for...
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