Category Archives: Computer Crimes

What Happens if I Accidentally Downloaded Child Pornography?

  Getting caught with child porn pictures on your smartphone or laptop would be a personal disaster almost like being accused of molesting your own children. You would likely lose your job, your friends would abandon you, and your community would turn against you! But what if it wasn’t true? What if the only thing […]

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Is Cyber Bullying Going to Become Illegal in Michigan?

  The subject of cyberbullying has been on the rise in recent years, as has the problem of online bullying itself. As the world becomes more connected, and social media plays a more integral role in people’s daily lives, instances of bullying via the internet have grown in frequency.   However, while the discussion surrounding […]

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Evidence 101: Cyber Crimes And How They’re Solved (Part 2)

  Thanks for joining The Kronzek Firm again as we unpack the fascinating subject of cyber crime and how it’s solved. In our previous article we looked at exactly what a computer forensic investigator does, and what types of crimes they can assist in investigating. Moving forward, we are going to take a look at […]

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Evidence 101: Cyber Crimes And How They’re Solved (Part 1)

  When you hear the words “crime scene”, the picture that often comes to mind is one of blood spatter, bullet holes, and possibly a chalk outline. Would you be correct? Certainly, but not all the time. More and more crimes are taking place online, and the evidence involved has nothing to do with physical […]

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Computer Crimes in Michigan: What You Need To Know (Part 2)

  Welcome back, and thank you for joining The Kronzek Firm as we unpack the subject of computer crimes in Michigan. In the previous article we looked at exactly what a computer crime was, and what types of criminal activity is usually categorized as “cyber crime”. Moving on, we’re going to be discussing the charges […]

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Computer Crimes in Michigan: What You Need To Know (Part 1)

  The term “computer crimes” can seem a little vague, and with good reason – it includes a wide spectrum of criminal activity. From child pornography to financial fraud, there are many ways that a person can use a computer to break the law. However, when it comes to being charged for computer crimes, sometimes […]

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Federal Charges Against Russian For Hacking LinkedIn

  Hacking has been in the news quite a lot lately. Just last week a major distributed denial of service attack, or DDoS resulted in a host of sites being down most of the day. Pinterest, Ebay, Netflix and Twitter were all offline for hours. In the wake of the hacked baby-monitor scare last year […]

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Posting Nude Pictures On Facebook Means Felony Charges

Although Michigan’s revenge porn laws have recently changed, for one woman from Bay City that doesn’t seem to have made any difference to the charges she is facing. 22-year-old Stephanie J. Knapp of Bay County, Michigan, has been accused of posting nude pictures of another woman to Facebook, and the charges she is facing as […]

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Ann Arbor Videotaping Sex Without Consent

Former U of M player Charged with Videotaping Sex Without Consent Logan Tuley-Tillman, a former U of M football player who was dismissed from the program last month, was recently charged with several felonies.  He was arraigned in the 15th District Court in Ann Arbor, where he is said to have stood mute beside his […]

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Federal Charges in Oakland County Child Porn Case

Child Porn on Shared Home Computer Over the past four years, federal criminal charges in child porn cases has increased nearly threefold. In addition, the average sentence for those convicted is roughly ten years in prison. According to Families Against Mandatory Minimums, most federal child porn offenders had no previous criminal record either. Now a […]

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