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In Singapore, young adult males are especially vulnerable to cybercrime / Ellyne Phneah
Women are especially vulnerable to cybercrime in Pakistan / Zofeen Ebrahim
Cybercrime concerns grow in China / Kathrin Hille
Canadian banks look to insurance to decrease vulnerability to cybercrime / John Greenwood
ch. 2. Law and cybercrime : Thailand's cybercrime law stifles freedom of speech / Lynette Lee Corporal
France's cybercrime laws may threaten Internet freedom / Stefan Simons
Iraq's cybercrime law stifles freedom of speech / Human Rights Watch
Weak Ukrainian laws allow cybercrime to proliferate / Yuriy Onyshkiv
Weak laws in Nigeria allow cybercrime to proliferate / David Ashaolu
In Australia, combating cybercrime should begin by supporting and funding existing organizations / Stilgherrian
ch. 3. Organized crime and cybercrime. Russian cybercrime thrives as Soviet-era schools spawn hackers / Anastasia Ustinova
Worldwide, cybercrime is committed by organized crime members, not by hackers / John Leyden
In Mexico, drug cartels are moving into cybercrime / Infosec Institute
In India, cybercrime is becoming increasingly organized and professional / Priyanka Joshi
Eastern European organized cybercrime rings prey on victims worldwide / Brian Krebs
ch. 4. Cyber espionage and cyberterrorism. Worldwide, state-supported cyber espionage is a growing danger / Economist
The United States and Israel launched a cyber attack upon Iran / Joby Warrick
Tibetan exiles may be the target of Chinese cyber espionage / Information Warfare Monitor
The United Kingdom may be targeted by cyberterrorists / Imran Awan
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