Kompiuterinės įrangos panaudojimas ekonominiams nusikaltimams (kai kurie kriminalistinės charakteristikos ir tyrimo metodikos ypatumai).
Issues analysed under this article are related to usage of computer equipment for committing various crimes, criminal characterisation of such acts persons and peculiarities of interrogation acts. Presumption can be made that as long as the Criminal Code does not directly indicate acts committed using computer equipment as crime, it may be asserted that computer crimes do not exist in Lithuania. Though it does not mean that such acts are not dangerous to society, state or individuals, and this is no longer a presumption but reality. Persons that commit dangerous actions using computer equipment can be relatively divided into three groups: crackers, criminals and vandals. Different sources provide different definitions though they are all united by the same means of committing criminals acts – computer equipment and possible ways of using it. Ways of using computer equipment are multiple and they are constantly improving and depend upon the level of hardware and software. The most common acts of interrogation when computer equipment is examined and confiscated are following: examination of place of event, search of the place and seizure. General regulations are applicable to the acts of interrogation indicated above. One of them is calling for a computer (hardware and software) specialist. Other regulations are related to examination of computer equipment, its seizure and preserving information.
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