International Journal of Cyber Criminology

Articles from Vol. 9, No. 2, July-December

Consumer Perceptions of Mobile and Traditional Point-of-Sale Credit/Debit Card Systems in the United States: A Survey
IntroductionPoint-Of-Sale (POS) systems are used globally to accept payment from consumers using credit or debit cards to purchase goods or services. The most popular form of POS reader, especially in the United States (US), involves swiping a credit...
Cyber Bullying in the Netherlands: A Criminological Perspective
IntroductionThe internet has become a common and indispensable phenomenon in our society. At the same time, cyber crime generates a lot of media attention. Furthermore, reports on the prevalence of cyber crime appear regularly and the Dutch government...
Cyber Criminal Networks and Money Mules: An Analysis of Low-Tech and High-Tech Fraud Attacks in the Netherlands
IntroductionMoney mules can be seen as a crucial part of the criminal network. They are of great importance for the core members of these networks because money mules are used to interrupt the trail that may lead law enforcement agencies to the top of...
Regulation of Cyber Space: An Analysis of Chinese Law on Cyber Crime
IntroductionRecent two decades witnessed a swift transforming of human and social landscape due to the pervasive use of digital networks, which connect individuals, institutions, businesses and agencies spreading over the world. The growing convenience...
The Role of Love Stories in Romance Scams: A Qualitative Analysis of Fraudulent Profiles
IntroductionThe internet offers consumers and businesses a global marketplace which is both accessible and convenient for a wide range of services. In this space, one such service is online dating, which has evolved very quickly from its beginnings as...
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