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Criminal Justice and Technology Notes.docx

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IntroducingCriminalJusticeandTechnology02052013January 14 2013Tony FSS 13027Tuesday 1230 230Averb087uottawacaDefining Technologyscience of practical or industrial artPreindustrial era McGuireTechnology has moved to how we now punish people for their crimes Throughout time executions have been guided by technology to decrease the harms done to those accused Technology has also led to an easier world for us to navigate through Contemporary emergencePhrenology determining criminality through genes based on the structure of ones skull Pros and Cons of TechnologyBoth pros and cons of technology affect us as its users Where technology aids us it also harms and controls us ProsIdentifying individuals exonerating the innocentConsPrivacy concerns inconsistent practicesHistorical and Contemporary ApplicationsHard Technologies vs Soft Technologies Byrne and RebovichSoft Technology Computer software information systems Risk assessment toolsamber alertsHard Technology Material forms of technologyCrime Prevention Surveillance cameras CCTV weapons macePolicing metal detectors license plate scanners traffic camerasContemporary ConsiderationsGlobalizationAdvent of World Wide WebSocial contexts and normsTechno crimes and techno security Private public domains
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