Faculty Forum: Ming-Li Hsieh

Wednesday, February 27, 2019
12:10 PM - 12:50 PM
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Despite Routine activity theory (RAT) has subsequently been applied to predictions of predatory criminal or victimization events, little is known about whether RAT could address automatic teller machine (ATM) hacking in a virtual space. The current study applies RAT in order to examine a high-profile case of European hackers programming ATMs in Taipei to “spit out” cash netting the thieves $2.6 million dollars. The results indicate that the Taiwanese case is well covered by the doctrine of RAT. Moreover, this study bolstered the neo-ideology of “cannikin law” within cyber crime. 

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