CYBER THEFT

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The Case For An International Convention On Cyberlaw

In the face of rising cybercrimes and threats, there is a pressing need to have in place an International Convention on Cyberlaw and Cyber-Security. Currently, nothing of the sort exists. Such a convention is essential in order to ensure that the world, as a collective whole, responds to the challenges of cybercrime, cyber-security breaches and cyber-terrorism which threaten to impact the very existence of the internet and violate the sovereignty, security and integrity of nations across the globe.
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Cyber Nani Decodes Cyber Theft Jargon

With all the fancy new words and jargon flying around these days, it gets quite difficult at times to actually understand what is being said. I mean what does "Enable HTTP over SSL" mean? Even in my a...