Knowledge and How It Helps in Validating Cyber Crime

Ali Al – Zubi, Ahmed Al_Nuemat


The internet has been subjected to cyber crime because it is hard to detect where the offense was instigated, and this is ascribed to the class and features of the data presented by the computer, official substances, which are usually vague due to the possibility of the information being corrupted and concealed. These official substances add to the difficulty of the proof of the committed cyber crime which cannot be validated just by capability, which contradicts the official command that, “the proof in offensive situations by all procedures of collecting evidence.” Establishing cyber crime with the help of official knowledge is very hard, as the information and proof available is usually uncertain, unconvincing and hard to tell if real or fake. This is because of the uncertainty of the proofs involved, as there is always a chance of them being interfered, so that they are unable to offer any real data regarding the matter so no serious steps can be taken. Thus, this uncertainty encourages the suspect which is because of the official grounds according to which the law of board magistrate must be by private assurance, depending on undisputed testimony, and that the board requirements are dependent on declaration and inevitability, instead of uncertainty and estimation.

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