Cybercrime and the Law

Western economies are increasingly dependent on Information technology. As a consequence, cybercrime, which can be broadly defined as all forms of crimes committed using a computer, has become a growing concern. Substantive laws and policies are being implemented to fight the various forms of cybercrime.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the Main Forms of Cybercrime?
Are Substantial Laws Adapted to the Above-Mentioned Types of Offenses?
What is the Problem from an International Perspective?
What Efforts Have Been Made Regarding International Cooperation?
What Organizations Promote the Harmonization of Substantive Laws?


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