Other Constitutional Concerns Raised By Intellectual Property Cybercrimes

Legislation aimed at fighting intellectual property cybercrimes (IP cybercrimes) has become quite extensive, which is legally justifiable considering the significance of these threats. However, this legislation also raises numerous constitutional and civil liberties concerns in the United States and other democratic governments.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are Some of the Main Concerns of Civil Liberties Organizations?
What Constitutional Rights are at Stake?
What Provisions of the PATRIOT Act are viewed as a Threat to Civil Liberties?
What is the Controversy Regarding the Monitoring of the Internet by Private Organizations?
What are the Risks Associated with the Cybercrime Convention?


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