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Socioeconomic and Legal Implications of Electronic Intrusion




Socioeconomic and Legal Implications of Electronic Intrusion

ISBN: 978-1-60566-204-6; 338 pp; April 2009

Published under Information Science Reference, an imprint of IGI Global

http://www.igi-global.com/reference/details.asp?id=33264



Edited by: Dionysios Politis, Phaedon-John Kozyris, and Ioannis Iglezakis,
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece



DESCRIPTION


In the information society, electronic intrusion has become a new form of trespassing often causing significant problems and posing great risks for individuals and businesses.



Socioeconomic and Legal Implications of Electronic Intrusion focuses on abusive and illegal practices of penetration in the sphere of private communications. A leading international reference source within the field, this book provides legal and political practitioners, academicians, and intrusion researchers with expert knowledge into global theft and spam perspectives, identity theft and fraud, and electronic crime issues.



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"This book provides in depth analysis of four distinct domains that are actively present in our everyday on-line habitat."

-Dionysios Politis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece



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TOPICS COVERED

Cyberproperty

Digital forensics

Electronic crime

Electronic intrusion

Forensic watermarking

Internet privacy

Intrusion detection systems

Privacy implications of identity protection

Privacy laws and principles

Surveillance

Unsolicited unwanted bulk spam



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ABOUT THE EDITORS
Dionysios Politis is an assistant professor of the Multimedia Lab, in the Department of Informatics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He has earned his BS in Physics (1987), MSc in radio engineering and electronics (1990), and PhD in computer science (1998) from the same university. He is a holder of a graduate diploma in computing studies (1991) from RMIT University as a scholar of the Australian government.



He has been a collaborator of the Centre of International and European Economic Law (1992-2002) and has participated in various computer law projects, mainly focusing on the pre-accession route of South Eastern Europe countries to EU integration. His research interests focus on multimedia reconstructions and visualizations, mainly with an e-learning orientation.
He has edited, published or presented more than 60 books, chapters in books, journals, magazines, newspapers, radio-television emissions and international conferences.



Ioannis Iglezakis is an assistant professor at the Aristotle University in Thessaloniki and attorney at law at the Thessaloniki Bar Association. He was born in Thessaloniki in 1965. He graduated from the Aristotle University in Thessaloniki in 1987 and received his Ph.D. from the same university in 2000. He has masters of Laws from the Aristotle University in Thessaloniki (1990) and from the University of Hanover, Germany (1993). He is the author of books related to I.T. and public and EU law (in Greek) and has various publications in Greek, German and English legal reviews, on issues related to I.T. law, public, economic and EU law. He is the co-author of Cyberlaw (Hellas), Kluwer Law Editions.



Phaedon-John Kozyris is Professor of Law, Emeritus, at the Universities of Thessaloniki (Greece) and Ohio State (USA). Dr. Kozyris's subjects of study include corporations, conflict of law, jurisprudence, international transactions, and communications. He is a member of American Society of Comparative Law and author of many articles in legal periodicals, and is a co-editor and author of two chapters in Introduction to Greek Law (3rd ed. Kluwer).



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