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Title: Academic Community Cyber cafes - A Perpetration Point for Cyber Crimes in Nigeria
Authors: Chiroma, Haruna
Abdulhamid, Shafi’i Muhammad
Abdul—Salaam, Y. G
Usman, Ali Muhammad
Maigari, Timothy Umar
Keywords: Cyber crimes
internet perpetration
Issue Date: 2-Aug-2011
Publisher: International Journal of Information Sciences and Computer Engineering (IJISCE)
Series/Report no.: 2(2), 7-13;
Abstract: This research work investigates the contribution of academic community cyber cafés in perpetrating cyber crime. Four hundred (400) questionnaires were distributed among academic staffs, non teaching staffs and students in four (4) higher institutions of learning in Gombe state, located in north – eastern part of Nigeria. Three hundred and seventy eighty (378) were retrieved successfully, three hundred and forty (340) were properly responded. The data collected was presented on graph and table. It was analyzed using one way ANOVA and two way ANOVA. The results obtained shows there is significance difference in perception of academic staff, non – teaching staff and students in perpetrating cyber crimes in academic community cyber cafés. The perception of the three variables on perpetrating phishing, credit card fraud, cyber piracy, virus dissemination, hacking and cyber plagiarism are equal. It was concluded in the paper that academic community cyber cafés are hub for cyber crimes perpetration
ISSN: 1836-7305
Appears in Collections:Cyber Security Science

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