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ABSTRACT. The goal of the present study is to determine if there are relationships between the challenges computer crime present to the law enforcement and security communities, the criminal use of computers, the challenges currently faced by the SMEs in the regulatory domain, facilitation of symmetric knowledge sharing and equal access to information, and the identification of specific trust facets for e-business activities. The overall results provide strong evidence for the ongoing drive to reduce fraud, the evolution and subsequent shift of consumer trust in EM, and the compounding global effect of electronic commerce. pp. 238–243
JEL: L63, K42, D18

Keywords: computer crime, fraud, e-business, consumer trust

GEORGE CRISTINEL ZAHARIA
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CONSTANTIN ZAHARIA
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NICOLAE TUDORESCU
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IOANA ZAHARIA
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University of Craiova

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