Regulating cyberspace : an approach to studying criminal behaviour on the internet
The Internet has opened up a Pandora's Box of crime: the proliferation of traditional as well as the emergence of new forms of crime; the extension of opportunities and methods to carry out crime; new offender profiles; and the ease of recruiting willing participants in global organised networks. Central themes that explain criminal behaviour on the Internet are motivated offenders, availability of suitable targets, absence of capable guardianship, and strategies of trust violation. This...[Show more]
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