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As such, a simple propaganda piece in the Internet that there will be bomb attacks during the holidays can be considered cyberterrorism.
There are also hacking activities directed towards individuals, families, organized by groups within networks, tending to cause fear among people, demonstrate power, collecting information relevant for ruining peoples' lives, robberies, blackmailing etc.
Unlike crimes using the computer as a tool, these crimes require the technical knowledge of the perpetrators.
As such, as technology evolves, so too does the nature of the crime.
These crimes generally involve less technical expertise. The damage dealt is largely psychological and intangible, making legal action against the variants more difficult.
These are the crimes which have existed for centuries in the offline world.
"In August 2008, Russia again allegedly conducted cyberattacks, this time in a coordinated and synchronized kinetic and non-kinetic campaign against the country of Georgia.
Government officials and information technology security specialists have documented a significant increase in Internet problems and server scans since early 2001.
But there is a growing concern among government agencies such as the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) that such intrusions are part of an organized effort by cyberterrorists, foreign intelligence services, or other groups to map potential security holes in critical systems.
This often occurs in chat rooms, through newsgroups, and by sending hate e-mail to interested parties.
Harassment on the internet also includes revenge porn. Sentencing Guidelines Manual states that the term computer "means an electronic, magnetic, optical, electrochemically, or other high speed data processing device performing logical, arithmetic, or storage functions, and includes any data storage facility or communications facility directly related to or operating in conjunction with such device." Harassment as defined in the U. computer statutes is typically distinct from cyberbullying, in that the former usually relates to a person's "use a computer or computer network to communicate obscene, vulgar, profane, lewd, lascivious, or indecent language, or make any suggestion or proposal of an obscene nature, or threaten any illegal or immoral act," while the latter need not involve anything of a sexual nature.