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16 April, 18:59

Internet commerce has made shopping easier by providing a variety of products at very competitive prices. Transactions are hassle free: you

need only a home computer. With the increasing use of the Internet for purchases, Internet fraud and abuse cases are on the rise. Many

consumers are falling victim to identity theft (stealing one's personal information), credit card theft, and phishing. Since the attorney general is

charged with protecting consumers from such violations, what actions can the attorney general take to address this situation?

Present a bill in the House of Delegates proposing severe legal action against Internet fraud.

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Advocate limited use of the Internet for online transactions.

Aggressively probe consumer complaints, and fight their cases.

Review relevant cyber laws, and make recommendations to improve them.

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  1. 16 April, 19:55
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    Review relevant cyber laws, and make recommendations to improve them.

    Explanation:

    Option 1: We can pass a bill in the "House of Delegates" to reduce or stop the internet fraud. Only if legal actions are taken, there is a chance to of reduction of fraud activities. But Option 4 seems to be very apt for the given situation.

    Option 2: We cannot minimize the use of internet because, it is easy and also cost-effective though there are risks involved. So this option stands invalid

    Option 3: Invalid option. Fighting cannot stop the crimes.

    Option 4: Yes, cyber laws can be improved and make punishment severe to control cyber crimes.
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