International Journal of Cyber Criminology

Articles from Vol. 2, No. 2, July-December

Book Review of Cybercrime and Society1
Book Review of Cybercrime and Society1 Cybercrime and Society Majid Yar (2006) London, Sage Publications, 185 pp, ISBNs 101412907535, 101412907543, 139781412907538, 139781412907545.The last decade has seen not only a proliferation of instances of cybercrime...
Cyber Hate: Antisocial Networking in the Internet
The multi cultural aspect of the human beings provides diversity and uniqueness. However, the same issue which provides color for the human lives is scorned off as many find it offensive if they find people who are not similar to them. History, Geography,...
Identifying Potential Factors of Adolescent Online Victimization for High School Seniors
IntroductionThe idea of an electronic global communication system originated from J.C.R. Licklider of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in the early 1960s (Licklider & Clark 1962, as cited in Leiner et al. 2003). His "Galactic Network" idea...
Meanings That Hackers Assign to Their Being a Hacker
IntroductionComputer-related deviance has not been sufficiently studied, especially from the perspective of the perpetrators themselves (Yar, 2005). The present study analyzes the ways in which hackers interpret their lives, behavior, and beliefs, as...
Music Piracy and Neutralization: A Preliminary Trajectory Analysis from Short-Term Longitudinal Data
IntroductionThe Internet and increased use of personal computer in recent years has provided a refuge for a multitude of computer-based crimes (Adler & Adler, 2006; Hinduja, 2004). One of the most challenging computer related crimes to law enforcement...
Shariah Law and Cyber-Sectarian Conflict: How Can Islamic Criminal Law Respond to Cyber Crime?
(ProQuest: ... denotes non-US-ASCII text omitted.)IntroductionIslam, Shariah, and Islamic Criminal Law are concepts that have a common root but have developed individually and are quite distinct today. While, 'Islam' means submission to the will of Allah...
The Internet and Emergence of Yahooboys Sub-Culture in Nigeria
IntroductionAlthough the computer technology looms as a remarkable development in human history, there are conspicuous platforms to affirm that it is also a potentially subversive technology. The technology has brought striking changes to (African) cultures,...
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