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Problems of Fighting Crimes on the Internet

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  • Elena KIRILLOVA

    () (Southwest State University Kursk Russia)

  • Rashad KURBANOV

    () (Plekhanov Russian University of Economics Moscow Russia)

  • Natalia SVECHNIKOVA

    () (Plekhanov Russian University of Economics Moscow Russia)

  • Teymur ZUL'FUGARZADE

    () (Plekhanov Russian University of Economics Moscow Russia)

  • Sergey ZENIN

    () (Kutafin Moscow State Law University Russian Penitentiary Service Research Institute Moscow Russia)

Abstract

This article considers the problems of fighting crimes on the Internet and defines new criminal acts committed by means of global computer networks The aim of the study is to develop a categorical conceptual instrument to separate a new type of cybercrime The methodological basis of the study was the dialectic comparative legal sociological systemic structural and statistical methods as well as case study method the method of active problem situation analysis by means of which the identification selection and problem solving in order to combat cybercrime was performed The conducted study allows to offer the authors definition of cyberterrorism and to identify the distinctive features of cyberterrorism to allocate it in an independent kind of a crime and offer to include it in the Convention on Cybercrime as a separate article

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  • Elena KIRILLOVA & Rashad KURBANOV & Natalia SVECHNIKOVA & Teymur ZUL'FUGARZADE & Sergey ZENIN, 2017. "Problems of Fighting Crimes on the Internet," Journal of Advanced Research in Law and Economics, ASERS Publishing, vol. 8(3), pages 849-856.
  • Handle: RePEc:srs:jarle0:v:8:y:2017:i:3:p:849-856
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