MODE-MODE OF CRIME IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Need for Computer Network technology is increasing. Apart from being a provider of media information, via the Internet are also activities to be part of the largest commercial community, and the fastest growth as well as through various borders. Even through this network activity on world markets can be known for 24 hours. Through the Internet or also called cyberspace, anything can be done. Positive aspect of this virtual world of course adds to the trend of technological development the world with all forms of human creativity. However, negative impacts could not be avoided. When the rampant pornography on the Internet media, the public could not do much. Along with the development of Internet technology, led to the emergence of crime called "cybercrime" or crimes through the Internet network. The emergence of several cases of "cybercrime" in Indonesia, such as credit card theft, hacking some sites, intercepting the data transmission to others, such as email, and manipulate data in ways that do not prepare the desired commands into a computer programmer. Thus, in computer crime and the possible existence of a formal offense offenses material. Formal offense is the act of someone who enters another person's computer without permission, while the offense is an act that causes material harm caused to others. The existence of cybercrime has become a threat to stability, so that the government hard to compensate for the crimes committed by the techniques of computer technology, particularly Internet and intranet networks. Understanding Cybercrime Cybercrime is the types of crimes arising from the use of internet technology. Some opinions mengindentikkan cybercrime with computer crime. The U.S. Department of Justice to give pengertien computer crime as: "... Any illegal act requiring knowledge of computer technology for its perpetration, investigation, or Prosecution". (Www.usdoj.gov / criminal / cybercrimes) Understanding is identical with that given the Organization of European Community Development, which defines computer crime as: "Any illegal, unauthorized or unehtical behavior relating to the automatic processing and / or the transmission of data". As Andi Hamzah (1989) in his "Criminal Aspects in the Field of computers", defines computer crime as: "Crime in the computer field in general can be interpreted as illegal computer use". From some of the definition above, in summary we can say that cybercrime can be defined as the illegal actions carried out by using the internet based on the sophistication of computer technology and telecommunications.