Cybercrime in the Greater China Region

Cybercrime in the Greater China Region

Regulatory Responses and Crime Prevention Across the Taiwan Strait

Lennon Yao-chung Chang

Cybercrime is a worldwide problem of rapidly increasing magnitude and, of the countries in the Asia Pacific region, Taiwan and China are suffering most. This timely book discusses the extent and nature of cybercrime in and between Taiwan and China, focussing especially on the prevalence of botnets (collections of computers that have been compromised and used for malicious purposes).

Preface and Acknowledgements

Lennon Yao-chung Chang

Subjects: asian studies, asian law, law - academic, asian law, corruption and economic crime, information and media law, internet and technology law, politics and public policy, terrorism and security

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