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This study is being carried out by the University of Portsmouth and is supported by the Home Office and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS). The findings will be used to help government, and other agencies, to understand the experiences of victims of computer misuse crime (hacking, computer viruses, ransomware etc.) and improve the law enforcement and other services available to support such victims. You will be presented with information relevant to this subject and asked to answer some questions about it. Please be assured that your responses will be kept completely confidential. We will not collect any information that can identify you. Only summarised information will be used in publications and fed back to the Home Office/HMICFRS. The collected data will be stored on the University of Portsmouth server for 10 years and then destroyed. The study has been reviewed and approved by a University of Portsmouth Ethics Committee.

The questionnaire should take you around 10-20 minutes to complete depending how relevant each question is to your experience. Your participation in this research is voluntary. You have the right to withdraw at any point during the study, for any reason, and without any prejudice. However, you cannot withdraw once you have submitted your responses. If you would like to contact the researcher in the study to discuss this research, please e-mail Professor Mark Button mark.button@port.ac.uk

By clicking the consent button below, you acknowledge that your participation in the study is voluntary, you are 18 years of age or older, and that you are aware that you may choose to terminate your participation in the study at any time and for any reason up to the point of submitting your responses.

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* 1. Do you agree to the above terms? By clicking Yes, you consent to answering the questions in this survey. If you click No, the survey will terminate.

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