White Paper on Crime 2020 Part4/Chapter4
Table 4-4-1 shows the trend in the number of cleared cases for offenses involving computers or electromagnetic records (unauthorized creation or damaging of electromagnetic records, obstruction of business by damaging a computer, computer fraud, and creation of unauthorized commands for electromagnetic records, etc.), offenses related to electromagnetic records of payment cards (offenses stipulated in Chapter XVIII-2, Part II of the Penal Code), and violation of the Act on Prohibition of Unauthorized Computer Access (Act No. 128 of 1999; hereinafter referred to as “Unauthorized Computer Access Act”).
Table 4-4-2 shows the trend in the number of cleared cases for committing fraud through the internet, violation of the Act on Regulation and Punishment of Acts Relating to Child Prostitution and Child Pornography, and the Protection of Children (Act No. 52 of 1999; hereinafter referred to as “Act against Child Prostitution and Pornography”), and offenses using computer networks as vital tools among cybercrime.