Venue: Joao Pessoa

Location: Joao Pessoa, Paraiba, Brazil

Event Date/Time: May 21, 2009 End Date/Time: May 22, 2009
Registration Date: May 20, 2009
Early Registration Date: May 15, 2009
Abstract Submission Date: May 01, 2009
Paper Submission Date: May 20, 2009
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The changes experienced by humanity in little more than half a century has provided many changes in concepts that took centuries to be constructed and take effect. These changes indicate a new path, a new culture, a new dimension to social phenomena that are causing a change in the thinking of traditional legal concepts of the world in the face of the need to adapt to the establishment of new borders and interactions between government, organizations and individuals.

It is not a watertight case, separate from the historical process. These forces are processing fruits of technical knowledge and scientific studies, especially from the post World War II, summarized the technological revolution, the result of symbiosis between telecommunications and employment of resources, information technology and accelerated with the end of the Cold War, transforming therefore the world a global village, one of the sides of the globalization process.

What interests us here are the effects of this phenomenon on society. One of the faces of needy research indicates the emergence of concepts, approaches and social practices that bind us the boundaries offered by the Internet and cyberspace, the need emerged for discussion and research into the phenomenon of cyber crime and post-modernity, a perspective of cooperation criminal internationally.

Cybercrimes (cyber crime) may involve criminal activities that are traditional, such as theft, fraud, forgery, defamation and insult, all of which are subject to criminal law. But the abuse in the use of computers has also given birth to a new range of harmful behaviors (not always criminal) and e-mail spoofing, cyber defamation, spam, pishing, and cyber-pedophilia on the Internet, some of them defined in instruments the international legal framework, such as in the Budapest Convention. We thus invite interested scholars to participate in this Seminar by presenting papers focusing:
- Organized Crime;
- Cybercrime;
- International Criminal Cooperation to fight cybercrime;
- Child pornography on the Internet;
- Cybercrime in Brazil;
- Cyberterrorism;
- Intellectual Property Rights on the Internet
- Online Tax Fraud;
- Information Security;
- Bio – Technology;
- Consumer Protection;
- Other subjects related to Cyberlaw and Cybercrime.


Additional Information

This Conference is an opportunity for academics and consultants to exchange ideas and discuss most recent topics focusing on cybercrime, cyberlaw and international criminal cooperation. Bringing together leading academics from all over the world, the conference will explore comparative approaches to intellectual property and discuss privacy, information technology and others cybecrimes issues.