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Freedom of Expression in Pakistan: new Computer crimes law violates of human rights.

Freedom of Expression in Pakistan: new Computer crimes law violates of human rights.

Freedom of expression is today at its lowest in the history of the country. The people of the country have, in fact, never enjoyed freedom of expression. However, during the last decade or so the governments have claimed that they have given freedom of expression to the media. This is not borne out by the number of journalists that have been killed, tortured or struggled as victims of unemployment due to working to the dictates of their conscience and not to the self-censorship the government and media houses would like to see.

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Email privacy and ECPA: new law could give more security to our messages?

Email privacy and ECPA: new law could give more security to our messages?

New amendment has been proposed to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) to modernize and increase the protection of emails and electronic communications in general. From 1986 to 1987 the Internet Protocol became a standard procedure on PCs and the number of networks increased from 2,000 to 30,000. But, one hand the development of technology increased, on the other the Protocol is the same of 1986. In this sense, several technology and internet companies have joined forces with conservative and liberal organizations in a show of solidarity for a proposed amendment to the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

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DANGER OR POSITIV DEVELOPMENT? A COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NANOTECHNOLOGIES AND LAW

DANGER OR POSITIV DEVELOPMENT? A COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NANOTECHNOLOGIES AND LAW

With the role of nanotechnology that is becoming increasingly important in the economy and the first signs of possible risks, it has been made to feel the demands of normative reference points for the further development and application of nanotechnology. Some contributions were received from politics, but also several non-governmental organizations have committed themselves in favor of a control and a more stringent regulation of nanotechnology.

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Computer Law: US and Italy, a juristic analysis

Computer Law: US and Italy, a juristic analysis

The article presents a resume of the most important institutes in the USA, in particular focusing on the two National Acts dealing with Computer Law. After that we have considered how the italian law and law order deals with the computering and the computer security problems, escpecially making a juridical comparison and reflexion between the two orders.

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The Case of Gozi Trojan Virus : Not all surprises are always beautiful even inviting

The Case of Gozi Trojan Virus : Not all surprises are always beautiful even inviting

As the ancient Greek legend of the fall of Troy, a Trojan Horse, as Gozi , is a malicious piece of software which requires users to invite it in, and is therefore disguised as something else. “Gozi” was and is nowadays a Trojan virus or “malware” which injects fields into websites of financial institutions without their knowledge and that steals personal bank account information, including usernames and passwords creating back doors, a real good way for cybercriminals to trick people into thinking they are getting answers from genuine and serious financial companies.

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