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Computerkriminalität im Europäischen Strafrecht

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Book Series: Internet und Gesellschaft ISBN: 9783161554063 9783161558504 Year: DOI: 10.1628/9783161558504 Language: German
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 101757
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Combatting computer crime requires transnational co-operation between law enforcement agencies as well as the harmonisation of criminal law. Adrian Haase assesses existing EU directives regarding cybercrime, and develops a network-specific definition to facilitate the demarcation of European and national competences.

Internetsicherheit in Europa

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Book Series: Internet und Gesellschaft ISBN: 9783161559761 9783161562662 Year: DOI: 10.1628/978-3-16-156266-2 Language: German
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 101764
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The question of how the law can deal with the problem of internet security is addressed in this volume. Starting with the fact that the internet is structurally insecure, the author finds that the uncertainty this causes must be countered with legal means, particularly when it comes to controlling information about weak spots. Hannfried Leisterer’s study examines whether and to what extent information management law can contribute to ensuring internet security.

Der Abschreckungseffekt auf die Grundrechtsausübung

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Book Series: Internet und Gesellschaft ISBN: 9783161548383 9783161554889 Year: DOI: 10.1628/9783161554889 Language: German
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 101762
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Julian Staben examines chilling effects, framed as deterrence-based lines of argument, in the jurisprudence of the Bundesverfassungsgericht (German Federal Constitutional Court) and compares them with the jurisprudence of the US Supreme Court. Chilling effects follow distinct patterns when it comes to online behaviour and emerging digital practices and therefore call for their constitutional reassessment. Julian Staben's work enables a more methodologically reflective use of these arguments in the judicial discourse.

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