Elusive prospects for international cybercriminal law

Orji, Peter (2015) Elusive prospects for international cybercriminal law. In: 3rd Nordic Socio-legal Conference: Law and Society in the 21st Century; 10-12 Jun 2015, Oslo, Norway. (Unpublished)


Cybercrimes create supranational effects tending to global, usually in the virtual space of the internet. Action against it is, consequently, better taken by a corroboration involving nations with common interests - in the philosophy of, and or approach to, their criminality. This work looks at the prospects for an international body of cybercrime law. It picks on specific areas that show the divide that does not characterise domestic criminal law, and explores whether international law of cybercrime can cope with such disjoints. Further, this paper asks whether there is a sense of inevitability in conscripting crimes in cyberspace to some obscure sub-international status.

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