International Journal of Cyber Criminology

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 1, January-June

Battle of the Sexes: An Examination of Male and Female Cyber Bullying
IntroductionCyber bullying is defined as intentional, aggressive behavior toward another person that is performed through electronic means (i.e., computers, cell phones, PDAs) (Hinduja & Patchin 2007, 2008; Reekman & Cannard, 2009). In other...
Examining the Social Networks of Malware Writers and Hackers
IntroductionThe proliferation and societal dependence on computer technology and the Internet over the last three decades has dramatically increased the risks posed by computer hackers and malicious actors on-line (Bachmann, 2010; Holt, 2007; Holt &...
General Strain, Self-Control, and Music Piracy
IntroductionConcomitant with the rapid global advance into an information-based society and economy, intellectual property has been afforded an increasingly immeasurable value. The crucial role it plays in the stability, vitality, and growth of private...
Online Auction Fraud and Criminological Theories: The Adrian Ghighina Case
IntroductionCyberspace's inherent lack of spatiality and temporality (Choi, 2010) has created new forms of e-commerce that did not previously exist. One of the most prevalent forms of ecommerce is the online auction which allows individuals to buy and...
The New Social Media Paradox: A Symbol of Self-Determination or a Boon for Big Brother?
Introduction2011 was the year of the protester (Andersen, 2011).2 The world, as we witnessed, appeared to be poised on the brink of rebellion. The events that precipitated this puzzling period of insurgency began in Tunisia, a small Arab state, where...
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