ABSENT GUARDIANS

Within the abstract and systemic criminological field of digital domains, science is striving to identify ‘capable guardians’ to protect the information systems comprising cyberspace.
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CYBERCRIMINOLOGY – INTRODUCTION

The intent behind this series of articles is to discuss alternatives and uncover cognitive solutions to the limitations found in the self-regulatory model that currently dominate regulation and policing of cybercrime and deviant behaviour in online social configurations.
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WEB 3.0 – SOMETHING’S GOTTA GIVE

Introducing Web 2.0 without a valid regulatory architecture has proven to be a blunder, opening a number of cybergaps that evidently rock the boat. Making the same mistake upon entering the era of Web 3.0, will capsize the boat – for sure.
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