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A comparative study of cybercrime in criminal law, China, US, England, Singapore and the Council of Europe, Qianyun Wang

Label
A comparative study of cybercrime in criminal law, China, US, England, Singapore and the Council of Europe, Qianyun Wang
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-342)
Index
no index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
A comparative study of cybercrime in criminal law
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
967767504
Responsibility statement
Qianyun Wang
Sub title
China, US, England, Singapore and the Council of Europe
Summary
This book intends to answer the research question: how can the criminal law be adapted to regulate cybercrime? By using doctrinal research and comparative study as the main methods, this book firstly explores and analyses the approaches of cybercrime legislations in the selected five legal regimes both in the past and in the present, and secondly, compares the different approaches and concludes with respect to the following aspects: Aspect 1: Do we need a cyber-specific legislation to regulate cybercrime? Aspect 2: If we do need a specific legislation, what approaches are more systematic for it? Aspect 3: What principles are sufficient and appropriate to determine jurisdiction over cybercrime? Aspect 4: What is the function of the Convention on Cybercrime in shaping appropriate legislation against cybercrime?
Table Of Contents
The cybercrime legislation in China -- The Convention on Cybercrime of the Council of Europe -- The cybercrime legislation in the United States -- The cybercrime legislation in England -- The cybercrime legislation in Singapore -- Comparison, conclusion, and recommendation
Classification
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