Defining, Evaluating, and Utilizing the concept of “Cyber Justice”

Tamara Blagojevic

On the internet, as the fast developing, virtual and digital mirror of reality, and a diverse, multi stakeholder spectrum, it becomes hard catching up with the constantly evolving digital and technological trends. But, all of the actors on the web, still have their rights and freedoms taken from the real world, transplanted to be utilized digitally, in this newly proclaimed common good, known as cyberspace. The difference here is, that the human element and the technological means were necessary to create the network, making it an artificial common good. In a nutshell, the NIST glossary defines cyberspace as: “The complex environment resulting from the interaction of people, software and services on the Internet by means of technology devices and networks connected to it, which does not exist in any physical form.”

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