Policing Cyberspace: A Structural and Cultural Analysis

Policing Cyberspace: A Structural and Cultural Analysis

Policing Cyberspace: A Structural and Cultural Analysis

Policing Cyberspace: A Structural and Cultural Analysis

Synopsis

Nhan studies the policing of cybercrime in California. First-hand data is drawn from front-line cybercops (California's network of high-tech crimes task forces), the MPAA and motion picture studios, and high-tech companies, to explore structural, cultural, and various criminal justice issues in policing cyberspace. This research applies a nodal governance theoretical framework to map and assess social networks using the different actors involved in fighting cybercrime. Initial findings suggest collaborative security efforts are marred by inter-organizational frictions. Moreover, this security alliance must deal with digital media pirates, hostile hackers, and an unsympathetic public.

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