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Networked Crime: Does the Digital Make a Difference?

David, Matthew

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Abstract

Do digital networks make a difference to the scope, scale and severity of social harm? Considering four distinct digital affordances for crime (access, concealment, evasion and incitement) this book asks whether they are simply new packaging for old problems, with no greater effect on society overall – or is cyberculture significantly escalating illegality?

Matthew David gives fresh insights into online harms and behaviours in the fields of hate, obscenity, corruptions of citizenship and appropriation, offering a comprehensive and integrated approach for those both new and experienced in the field of cybercrime.

Citation

David, M. (2023). Networked Crime: Does the Digital Make a Difference?. Bristol: Bristol University Press

Book Type Authored Book
Online Publication Date Jul 17, 2023
Publication Date Jul 17, 2023
Deposit Date Aug 1, 2023
Publicly Available Date Jul 18, 2025
Publisher Bristol University Press
ISBN 9781529218107
Public URL https://durham-repository.worktribe.com/output/1709144
Publisher URL https://bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/networked-crime

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