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Freedom from Fear, Issue No.7
  • E-ISSN: 25190709

Abstract

Over the coming years a crucial issue in dealing with cybercrime will be the delicate balance that must necessarily be struck between personal data protection, public order, and security. If the stellar growth in e-commerce in the last decade, was accompanied by increasing alarm about the attendant potential for fraud (from e-bay scams to creditcard cloning), the next ten years seem bound to be beset by the headaches of cloud computing: who knows what dormant dangers may be inadvertently aroused merely by surfing the web, even without posting personal data online, or using social networks (all of which are exposed to data mining)?

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