Policy & Internet

Editors

Editor-in-Chief:Helen Margetts, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
Editor:Sandra González Bailón, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
Managing Editor:David Sutcliffe, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford

The Policy Studies Organization (PSO), the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), and Berkeley Electronic Press are proud to announce Policy & Internet: the first major peer-reviewed journal investigating the implications of the Internet and associated technologies for public policy. The Internet is now the most important international medium of communication and information exchange, embedded in interactions between citizens, firms, governments and NGOs, and bringing with it new practices, norms and structures. The societal shift enabled by the Internet has major implications for public policy in all sectors, requiring rigorous empirical investigation, theoretical development and methodological innovation across academic disciplines. Policy & Internet is the first journal to fill a crucial gap in policy knowledge and research. It will be the premier venue for scholars and researchers to set the public policy agenda in the digital era.

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Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 2 (2011)
Cybercrime

Introduction

Cybercrime is a pressing and prevalent problem in the information society. It carries with it a considerable set of associated risks for individuals, businesses and industries, and public administration and e-government. Multidisciplinary views on the issues raised for public policy by cybercrime are actively being sought by policy-making communities. This 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 and which engage with policy responses that impact upon national and supra-national legislation, cooperation in law enforcement, public-private cooperation, and international coordination against transnational crime.

Guest Editor:

Stefan Fafinski
School of Law, University of Leeds, UK

Editorial

Public Policy Responses to Cybercrime – Stefan Fafinski

Articles

Contemplating Criminal Liability for the Consequences of Unlawful Data Disclosure – Emily Finch

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

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