What constitutes an internet crime in New York?

Under New York law, internet crimes are also known as cybercrimes and refer to a wide range of offenses. They are committed using the internet, websites, emails, computers and other electronic devices.

Common types of internet crimes include identity theft, credit card fraud, phishing, hacking, possession of child pornography and internet sex crimes. They often involve conducting fraudulent transactions or procuring personal information for one’s gain.

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