A computer that is the subject of a contract has the capability to be programmed to embezzle funds in a way that no other computer is able to do. The contract to sell such a computer: a. must be in writing, regardless of the cost of the computer b. will result in embezzlement charges against the sellr c. might be considered a illegal contract that is void as against policy even if there is no statute prohibiting the sale of such a computer d. is voidable if the court determines that this contract is illegal
Just because a computer has the capability to be programmed to embezzle funds does not necessarily make it illegal. It is how the computer is utilized that makes it illegal. Therefore, the contract to sell the computer must be in writing, ...
This solution discusses embezzling funds with a computer.