Crime and Technology: New Frontiers for Regulation, Law by Antonio M. Costa (auth.), Ernesto U. Savona (eds.)

Posted by

By Antonio M. Costa (auth.), Ernesto U. Savona (eds.)

Guido Rossi As Chairman of ISPAC, i would like to thank the entire members to this e-book that originates from the foreign convention on Crime and expertise. this might be the tip of my presentation if i didn't consider uneasy now not contemplating one of many difficulties i think to be pivotal within the dating among crime and know-how. I shall additionally examine that an analogous courting exists among terror and globalization, whereas globalization is stemming from expertise and terror from crime. Transnational terrorism is this present day made attainable via the substantial array of communique instruments. however the paradox is if globalization allows terrorist violence, the struggle in contrast conflict borderless is in all likelihood disastrous for either financial improvement and globalization. Antiterrorist measures limit mobility and monetary flows, whereas new terrorist assaults may lead the way in which for an antiglobalist response. however the international society has but to agree on a standard definition of terrorism or on a typical coverage opposed to it. the normal conventional felony legislations remains to be reckoning on the sovereignty of nationwide states, whereas overseas legal justice is just a spotty and contested final hotel. The fragmented and susceptible overseas associations and underdeveloped civil societies don't have any strength to implement felony justice opposed to t- rorism. even as, the states which are its goals haven't any curiosity in making use of the legislation of struggle (the Geneva Conventions) to their struggle opposed to terrorists.

Show description

Read or Download Crime and Technology: New Frontiers for Regulation, Law Enforcement and Research PDF

Similar crime books

The Hanging Garden

This sprawling, overloaded secret from a justly acclaimed and typically very trustworthy crime writer is a sadness. via 9 earlier novels (Black and Blue, 1997, and so on. ), dogged Edinburgh copper John Rebus has been attractive corporation? a guy keen to put occupation sooner than kin and recognized to discover solace within the bottle as his own lifestyles takes an inevitable pounding.

Died in the Wool (Roderick Alleyn, Book 13)

Global conflict II maintains to rage on, and Inspector Alleyn keeps to behave because the specific Branch's eyes and ears in New Zealand. whereas his basic short is spy-catching, he's chuffed to have the same opinion in issues of outdated policing, and that's precisely what the Flossie Rubrick case first and foremost seems to be.

Every Dead Thing (Charlie Parker, Book 1)

Tormented and racked with guilt over the brutal slaying of his spouse and daughter, Charlie Parker, ex-cop with the NYPD, consents to trace down a lacking lady. it's a seek that might lead him into an abyss of evil. even as, he's warned by way of an outdated black lady in Louisiana that 'The traveling Man' is set to strike back.

The Bullet Trick

While conjurer William Wilson will get booked for a string of cabaret gigs in Berlin, he's hoping his luck's at the flip - there have been convinced spectators from his final convey who he'd really put out of your mind. yet secrets and techniques have a behavior of catching up with him, and the road among what's an act and what's actual begins to blur.

Additional resources for Crime and Technology: New Frontiers for Regulation, Law Enforcement and Research

Sample text

The principles on which criminal jurisdiction is normally based in domestic legislation are the territoriality principle, whereby an alleged perpetrator can be brought before the courts of the state where the crime was committed, and the nationality principle, whereby the courts of a state have jurisdiction to try a national of that state, irrespective of the place where the crime was committed. The nationality principle is also frequently invoked in order to attribute jurisdiction to the courts of a state over 24 Commission of the European Union, Proposal for a Council Framework Decision on the European Evidence Warrant for Obtaining Objects, Documents and Data for Use in Proceedings in Criminal Matters, 14 November 2003, COM (2003) 688 final.

Previously, the use of biometrics was mainly confined to the areas of DNA and fingerprint testing. g. criminal investigations). Routine applications of a fingerprint or other biometric database would be risky in terms of the risk they pose to human rights and privacy infringements. Among others, future identification procedures may be carried out not only by using fingerprints, but also using irises because they are more complex, and thus leave less room for error. Iris scans and fingerprint taking are included in the measures listed in a proposal that the Council of the European Union is going to present.

And M. Mignone, Crimini and musica on line. Gli sviluppi della pirateria musicale attraverso le nuove tecnologie: Analisi e rimedi. Milan: FrancoAngeli Editore, 2000. Ministero degli Interni. Il programma operativo nazionale per il Mezzogiorno – sicurezza per lo sviluppo del Mezzogiorno d’Italia. In: Rapporto sulla Sicurezza, 2003. , Cyberstalking. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 166. Australian Institute of Criminology, 2000. , Information Security Risk Analysis. Boca Raton: Auerbach, 2001.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.50 of 5 – based on 11 votes