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The Dark Side of Private Ordering: The Network\Community Harm of Crime

2006

The Law and Economics of Cybersecurity
Cyberspace presents the easiest vantage point from which to view the community harm of crime. For example, it is commonly argued that many computer crimes, including those that target critical infrastructure, are ones of “curiosity” and result in “no real harm” and that the government should stay out of cyberspace. But even when there is no harm to an individual, acts of cybercrime can undermine the formation and development of networks

The team

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