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The Individual and Technology: Notes

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Law Government Foreign relations Cybercrime Cyberspace Convention on Cybercrime Internet privacy Computer security Cyberstalking Copyright infringement Privacy law Intellectual property
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Law Government Foreign relations Cybercrime Cyberspace Convention on Cybercrime Internet privacy Computer security Cyberstalking Copyright infringement Privacy law Intellectual property
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• One of the most important technological developments = the internet • there are over 2.5 billion internet users in the world THE JURISDICTION OF CYBERSPACE • William Gibson coined the term 'cyberspace' in his 1982 story 'Burning Chrome' • cyberspace can be used for entertainment, leisure, business, communication, education, research and even political activism • cyberspace = the global online virtual world created by the interconnection of millions of computers on the internet. • Currently, no government or court can clim cyberspace as its exclusive jurisdiction. • Its global nature poses challenges...
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