E.u. Aspects Of Cyber Crime Investigations

Cybercrime is fast, borderless and anonymous, whereas criminal law systems are slow, formal and generally limited to a specific territory. Thus investigation and prosecution of cybercriminals is a complicated process, which poses many challenges to European institutions.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Why do Member States’ Substantive Laws Constitute a Problem?
What is the dual criminality requirement?
What Types of Cybercrimes does the European Commission Focus on?
Do Criminal Procedures Also Need to be Harmonized Within the EU?
Are these Measures Effective?


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