Aleksandre Glonti

 

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Title of the article

EXPLOITATION OF CYBERSPACE FOR PURPOSES OF RETALIATION IN COUNTRIES WITH ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL TRANSITION ON THE EXAMPLE OF GEORGIA

Authors

Aleksandre Glonti, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany

Giorgi Alavidze, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, USA

   

Year

2014

Issue

3

Pages

128-140

Abstract

 

This thesis investigates acts of retaliation and deterrence conducted through internet that are specific to post-Soviet Union countries.

In modern world, acts of retaliation partly transcended from real to cyber world, reaching its highest levels. On one hand, this is influenced by the lack of legislative statutes that encompass discussed field, on the other, rapid advancement of digital technology has triggered various new methods of retributive justice.

Nowadays, retaliation using the internet is a well spread phenomenon. Active social players realized that implicit benefits of cyberspace, eventually, equipped them with high anonymity, fast proliferation of the information, and deficiency of the legislative acts related to cybercrime. Therefore collaboration of abovementioned three factors provides interested parties with an ultimate weapon for retaliation.

 

Keywords

Cyberspace; Cyber crime; Cyber Retaliation; Cyber Warfare

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