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Q&A: How to write a problem statement on cyber crime?

I would like to get some samples for writing research proposal/problem statement on Cyber Crime.

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A problem statement is a clear description of the issue(s) to be addressed in a particular subject area; it includes a vision, issue statement, and method used to solve the problem. The 5 'W's - Who, What, Where, When and Why - can be used to define a problem statement. While it is difficult to suggest specific examples on your subject area, we have published a number of articles related to writing a problem statement. These tutorials might help you to write the problem statement. It is best to discuss these with your professor or seniors who might help you to come up with a framework and you can fill in the details depending up on what you are explicitly studying.

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