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    Q1: List the jurisdiction of three federal law enforcement agencies and describe how government and industry have paired together to fight computer crime. What is your opinion of current enforcement of computer crime laws? Provide rationale for your opinion.

    Q2: What agency within the Department of Homeland Security is responsible for managing the cyber critical infrastructure? What are the most important factors of managing the infrastructure? Explain your answer.

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    Q1: List the jurisdiction of three federal law enforcement agencies
    FBI: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/vc_majorthefts/arttheft/legislation
    The FBI has primary investigative jurisdiction for all federal criminal laws except cases in which responsibility is, by statute or otherwise, specifically assigned to another agency. The FBI has responsibility for the following federal statutes:
    Title 18, United States Code, Section 659 - Theft From Interstate Shipment
    Makes it a federal offense to steal or obtain by fraud anything from a conveyance, depot or terminal, any shipment being transported in interstate or foreign commerce. The statute also prohibits the "fencing" of such stolen property.
    Title 18, United States Code, Section 1951 - Interference with Commerce by Threats of Violence (Hobbs Act)
    Makes it a federal offense to obstruct interstate commerce by robbery or extortion or to use or threaten to use violence against any person or property in interstate commerce.
    Title 18, United States Code, Section 2314 and 2315 - Interstate Transportation of Stolen Property
    Prohibits the transportation in interstate or foreign commerce of any goods with a value of $5,000 or more knowing the goods to be stolen. These statutes also prohibit the "fencing" of such goods.
    Title 18, United States Code, Section 668 - Theft of Major Artwork
    Makes it a federal offense to obtain by theft or fraud any object of cultural heritage from a museum. The statute also prohibits the "fencing" or possession of such objects, knowing them to be stolen.
    Title 18, United States Code, Section 1170 - Illegal Trafficking in Native American Human Remains and Cultural Items
    Prohibits the sale of the human remains or cultural artifacts of Native Americans without the right of possession of those items in accordance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.
    Title 18, United States Code, Section 641 and 2114 - Theft of Government Property
    Makes it illegal to steal or embezzle any government property or to commit robbery of government property. Prosecutive guidelines are established by the United States Attorney in each federal judicial district.
    CIA: http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-fbi-and-cia/
    While the Central Intelligence Agency deals with international issues, the Federal Investigation Bureau deals with domestic issues.
    The CIA is an agency that gathers information internationally that are relevant to the U.S national security. The Central Intelligence Agency evaluates the information collected internationally and may take actions if they consider that the security of the country is at stake. The CIA has its central offices in Virginia, and operates through the various CIA agents across the world. The CIA agents may also cooperate with intelligence agencies of other countries.
    US MARSHALS: http://www.usmarshals.gov/process/admiralty.htm
    Jurisdiction: Admiralty and maritime jurisdiction is part of the judicial power conferred upon the courts of ...

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