International Journal of Cyber Criminology

Articles from Vol. 2, No. 1, January

A Systematic Examination of Terrorist Use of the Internet1
IntroductionThe creation and increased use of the Internet has changed our society in a number of ways. Individuals are able to quickly and easily do things from their own home that they could not do in the past. The Internet makes it possible to shop...
Bangkok International Summit (2007) Declaration on Policing Cyberspace
IntroductionThe International Conference on Policing Cyberspace of POLCYB,4 first held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 1999, has become a premier international forum for the presentation and discussion of advances in Policing cyberspace and...
Book Review of Crime Online1
Book Review of Crime Online1 Yvonne Jewkes (Ed.,), Crime Online Portland, Oregon: Willan Publishing, 2007. ISBN: 978-1-84392-197-4Yvonne Jewkes', Crime Online, attempts to increase understanding of the nature of "cyber crime" and to elevate study of...
Book Review of Crimes of the Internet
Book Review of Crimes of the Internet Frank Schmalleger, & Michael Pittaro, Crimes of the Internet, July 21, 2008, Prentice Hall, 654 pages. ISBN 978-0-13-231886-0Crimes of the Internet is an edited monograph whose intended audience is criminal justice...
Computer Crime Victimization and Integrated Theory: An Empirical Assessment
IntroductionCyber crime has the potential to affect everyone's daily activities. Society depends heavily on computer technology for almost everything in life. Computer technology use ranges from individual consumer sales to processing billions of dollars...
Identity Related Crime in the Cyberspace: Examining Phishing and Its Impact
Last November/December 2007, I was invited to two prestigious events of Cyber Criminology. The POLCYB International Summit on Policing Cyberspace, 2007, Bangkok, Thailand and the UNODC core group meeting of Experts on Identity related Crime and ISPAC...
Jurisdictional and Definitional Concerns with Computer-Mediated Interpersonal Crimes: An Analysis on Cyber Stalking
IntroductionCyber-crime is emerging as a major international criminological issue. Networked computers provide the media for new types (or variations on old types) of criminal activity to emerge. Cyber-stalking is one such crime enabled by the Internet....
Self-Reported Online Child Pornography Behavior: A Psychological Analysis
IntroductionChildren have been treated and viewed as sexual objects and included in erotic literature and drawings long before the invention of the Internet (Wortley & Smallbone, 2006). During most of the twentieth century, child pornography was...
Understanding Sexually Deviant Online Behavior from an Addiction Perspective
IntroductionStatistics show a sharp rise in the number of sexual predators who prowl the Internet looking for vulnerable children, then make arrangements to meet the child for sex (Andrews 2000a). The FBI calls these criminals "travelers." The numbers...
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