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Evolution Of The International Regulations Regarding Cybercrime


  • Adriana Iuliana Stancu

    (Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania)


By binding global computers networks, the issue of cybercrime acquired the features of cross-border criminality, becoming a global problem, whose settlement got the attention of regional and international organizations. Because computer crimes go beyond national borders, without the criminals or the goods resulting from the crime necessarily needing to cross such limits as well, the question “who should investigate such deeds?” requires a carefully analysed answer. The problem of multiple jurisdictions that might interfere with the investigation of such cybercrimes and the acknowledgement that national laws are very different, many of them lacking the specific provisions regarding cybercrime (in the early ‘80s), triggered, especially within the international organizations, debates regarding this phenomenon and the creation of efficient combat instruments.

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  • Adriana Iuliana Stancu, 2016. "Evolution Of The International Regulations Regarding Cybercrime," Public Administration and Reginal Studies, "Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati, Faculty of Juridical, Social and Political Sciences, issue 2, pages 72-79.
  • Handle: RePEc:ddj:parsro:y:2016:i:2:p:72-79

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