E-commerce Crimes book published
9 Apr 2009 12:51
Authored by Javad Javidnia, "E-commerce Crimes" is released by Khorsandi publications.
IBNA: E-commerce is one of the most fundamental issues in the era of information technology referred to as the "means to globalization of free trade economy".
Through the provisions of e-commerce, people are able to surf different shopping websites and purchase their products while relaxing on the sofa at home watching TV!
Today, commercial transactions offered by the supreservers in the world make it impossible to live without them.
As a cell dies in case it is departed from veins and nerves, nations will shrivel economically unless they move abreast with the latest e-commerce developments in the world.
A part of the abstract of the book read as follows: "The criminal aspects of e-commerce comprise two main subcategories:
• Substantive aspects which consider e-commerce crimes as a whole
• Procedural aspects that cover procedural laws concerning e-commerce.
Subject to criminal law, crimes that cause graver damages to e-commerce than traditional crimes are considered e-commerce crimes.
Casting a brief look at "preventive criminology", methods of "technical prevention" and "network security" are shown to be critical in controlling e-commerce crimes."
The three parts of the book are: Introduction, Meaning, classification and aspects of procedural laws and Substantive laws.
A contrastive examination of e-commerce law, the drafts of different cyber crimes laws examined in Iran's parliament, and some sections of the international documents like Convention on Cybercrime. Budapest, 23.XI.2001 are provided by the book.
In its final pages, the book contains a reference section on Persian reference books, articles and theses, state documents, etc.
"E-commerce Crimes" is published in 380 pages in the first print-run of the book by Khorsandi publications.