RV University Hosts Conference On Cyber Criminology
Over 60 papers were presented on topics related to cyber criminology such as trafficking, cyber terrorism, digital foot-printing and transnational crimes
Social scientists advocated for robust international laws to compellingly deal with cyber-crimes ranging from hate speech to spiteful prejudices, at the 5th International Conference on South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV), hosted by RV University, India’s global university for liberal education.
Over 260 academics from across the globe, including from India, the USA, the UK, Nigeria, the Philippines, Malaysia, Kosovo, Italy, Dubai, Bangladesh and Nepal participated in the two-day conference where over 60 papers were presented on topics related to cyber criminology such as trafficking, cyber terrorism, digital foot-printing, transnational crimes, among others.
Organised in partnership with International Institute of Crime and Security Sciences (IICSS), the conference was marked by engaging deliberations among speakers, delegates and academics on 'zero tolerance for hate speech, both offline and online', as propounded in the keynote address by Dr KP Ashwini, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Racism.
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