Using the following information, create a research project that follows APA form

Using the following information, create a research project that follows APA format. A research project has 4 basic sections:
1. The Introduction (Statement of the Problem)
1. Whatever you chose as the title on the title page, that title repeats here as the header NOT Introduction or Statement of the problem
2. The opening paragraphs introduce the reader to what is going to be researched and background information about the problem
3. This section concludes with a purpose paragraph
1. In the last paragraph of the introduction you will state “The purpose of this project was…..” You will also present the specific research question for the paper. If you are missing this your grade will suffer.
2. Literature Review (This is the heart of the paper)
1. Here resource, after resource, after resource is presented to answer the research question(s). Fact based! You are merely presenting the facts of each source represented. You are not presenting opinion.
2. Organize the sources presented as they relate to answering the research question(s).
3. Discussion of the Findings
1. In this section summarize the findings of the literature sources presented in the Literature Review section.
4. Recommendations and Conclusion
1. Wrap up your project. You are able to provide your opinion, based on the sources that were referenced in the SOP and Lit Review sections as it relates to the question(s) being researched.
2. Recommendations and the conclusion are based upon the findings of the research conducted.
3. Make sure to specifically tell the reader how the project answered the research question(s) in the introduction
The Onion Router (Tor). Anonymizing browser used by criminals and the government.
To accomplish the assignment for this project you will need to research academic papers and scholarly based resources that delve into the Tor network. Through this research you should be able to find a specific topic to write on. It is assumed in the academic community here at Utica that the reader understands Tor, but does not understand how Tor can be used by the criminal element to conduct crimes nor how the government investigates this network. You will need to research the Utica library and find academic research that surrounds Tor. From this research you will focus on something unique. Examples might include how Tor can be used by government agencies in conducting investigations? or can activities conducted using Tor can be tracked by government agencies? or is there growth in the use of Tor by the criminal elements? A topic will surface as you conduct your research. Remember the broad overarching theme is how Tor is used by criminals and law enforcement. You will need to find something unique within that theme.
Do not write a book report on Tor. Develop and argue a focused point. We are not discussing, showing, or presenting anything. Your project is arguing a point that you have develop from your research.
Research question Pointers
* There is a significant amount of information on this case in the Utica Library.
* Choose a topic within the cases research.
* You will develop a research question that provides information on a specific point.
* Do not write a book report on the case. This is an academic research project.
* Read through the articles in the Utica Library or on Google Scholar. Identify a topic. Then develop a concise research question.
* Areas of interest might be:
* Google provides numerous reference options, but many of them are not scholarly or academic reviewed resources.
* What are the jurisdictional issues related to the United States government tracking people on TOR?
* What are the uses of TOR for criminals and investigators?
* What technology challenges exist when using TOR to collect evidence?
* What are the laws that govern the crime committed on TOR?
* An example Research Question would be:
“The purpose of the project was to examine if the United States government does not have jurisdictional authority to track hackers utilizing the Tor network or browser” (Example only)
Once you have determined the question argue your point. At a minimum, there should be a minimum of ten (10) citations to support the paper’s argument.
Assignment Requirements
* APA 6th Edition compliant
* Length: 1500-2000 words (rough estimates)
* Statement of the Problem – 400 – 600 words
* Literature Review – 600 – 700 words
* Discussion of the Findings – 300 – 400 words
* Opinion and Conclusion 200 – 300 words
* Must include a Title Page and References page(s)
* Word count does NOT include your Title page, Abstract, TOC, or your Reference page(s)
* Use the following file naming format to save the file:
* Your Last Name_CYB673_Research1
* Projects must be 20% or less than in similarity through VeriCite.
* 80% of the citations must be from academic resources and journals.
* This does not include:
* Popular media (papers, magazines, radio, TV, Wikipedia, and basic Internet sites such as blogs.
* Court cases (these are opinions – judges interpret the application of the law for the given case). Caveat – if your project is based upon a specific court decision or a specific court decision has a bearing on the basis of your project, you can reference that court decision.
* Specific company research such as a report from a technology company.
Points to remember:
* Your project is not written to your professor. Write to the imaginary reader who knows nothing about the topic. This will force you not to take short cuts in assuming your reader knows your topic.
* Be detailed without using fluff.
* Doing research is like conducting an investigation, be sure to be thorough in your digging.
Grading: See syllabus for grading information.
Due Date: Your assignment is due Thursday 8:55 AM Eastern Time.