Cybercrime is a pressing and prevalent problem for the information society, carrying with it a considerable set of associated risks for individuals, business and industry, and public administration and e-government. This Policy and Internet special issue on cybercrime brings together a range of articles that exemplify many of the problems that the abuse of networked technologies brings to the Internet society as a whole.
- Public Policy Responses to Cybercrime (Editorial)
Stefan Fafinski (Guest Editor)
- Contemplating Criminal Liability for the Consequences of Unlawful Data Disclosure
- Teenage Folly or Child Abuse? State Responses to “Sexting” by Minors in the U.S. and Germany
Sandra Schmitz and Lawrence Siry
- Adolescents and Cybercrime: Navigating between Freedom and Control
Simone van der Hof and Bert-Jaap Koops
- Overcoming the Warez Paradox: Online Piracy Groups and Situational Crime Prevention
Jonathan Basamanowicz and Martin Bouchard
- Finding the Key Players in Online Child Exploitation Networks
Bryce G. Westlake, Martin Bouchard, and Richard Frank
- Do Certification Seals Permit a Price Premium for Online Security and Privacy?
Michael R. Hammock
- A Public-Private Partnership Model for National Cybersecurity
Malcolm Shore, Yi Du, and Sherali Zeadally