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A Study on Possibilities of Legal Control of Cyber Terrorism

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2008, 4(1), pp.23-34
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

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1극동대학교

ABSTRACT

Appearance of cyberspace along the information society quietly arises the necessity to totally reform the paradigm of the present legal system. First of all, the author briefly reviewed differences between cyber terrorism, cyber crime and computer crime, cyber terrorism and traditional terrorism. However the author did not exert any excessive effort to dig out new findings rather than already present differences. Secondly, the author examined present international legal control and domestical legal control. International legal control was tried many methods. In 2001, cyber-crime convention has regulated cyber- crimes such as 1) offences committed against the confidentiality, integrity and availability of computer data or systems. 2) computer-related ffences, 3) content-related offences, 4) offences connected with violations of intellectual property rights and related rights. And domestic legal control has several legals about offences in cyber spaces. But, domestic legal control has main aim. That is protection of infrastructure of information and communication. Namely, present domestic legal control has limit to regulate offences in cyber-space. Because these legals were establi- shed to protect infrastructure firstly. Therefore We need to regulate legal control systems which control offences in cyber-spaces directly.

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