Crime & Cyber space

Today to see anyone in the real world we need to spend a lot of time and a lot of money as well but because of cyber world this problem has been sorted out as it takes no time to see anyone we wish via net as long as we are connected to it. " Anyone with a minimum of equipment and knowledge can not only read what is already there, take copies of information already there and participate in communal activities already there, but can also build there. Anyone can open a bulletin board, create an alternative world , post their thoughts of just exist as a net.

luker which is impossible in the real world. This shows the advancement of the cyber world over the real world. This cyber world has become so important today that we cannot live without it although we try in busy places like London ( see appendix 2) . This is not only where the cyber world is limited. Today most of the business transactions are done on net 24 hours a day and 365 days a year virtually which don't need anyone to do that. Cyberspace is a four dimensional representation of the sum of human knowledge which is experienced as a virtual reality and is used by moving through it.

It is a vision of information organisation, one all the more seductive for only being described allusively in his novels where most action takes in the real world (Bukatman, 1993a: 146-54). Politically cyberspace is not conceived as free and equally open, rather it is an economically divided space. In the real world the walls of brick and glass create division but in cyberspace walls of data divide a hardwired, of postorganic, humanity into economic protagonists, humanity into economic protagonists' (thomas:1991:44).

The term cyber reach can be used to describe cyberspace's ability to extend the reach of an individuals voice. Cyber-reach makes the internet unique , accounts for much of its explosive growth and popularity, and perhaps holds the promise of a true and meaningful " free trade in idea" that justice Holmes imagined eighty years ago. Thus cyber- reach makes cyberspace " different" enough from physical space that we should consider how this difference may justify modifying existing legal rules that were designed without cyberspace in mind.

The difference is so great that cyberspace cannot be governed by traditional legal machinery rather assuming cyberspace can be regulated and shaped in traditional ways. www. lawandeverythingelse. com/id61. htm – 16k Cyberspace is constructed out of information ; it is an informational space. This is true at two levels. First , the exchange of information in the form of software code largely creates cyberspace. Second , virtual lives are created through the exchange of information by avatars, both information about objects and about how to use cyberspace.

Much of the earliest and most influential writing about cyberspace was from a decidedly libertarian perspective, written by people excited by the early pre- commercial Internet's potential create virtual communities and customs which seemed to have very little relation to the nation state or the practice of the "real space" James Boyle (2001)has explained this approach as- "It was not so much that nation states wouldn't want to regulate the Net, it was that they would be unable to do so, forestalled by the technology of the medium, the geographical distribution of its users and the nature of its content".

This tripartite immunity came to be a kind of Internet Holy trinity, faith in which was a condition of acceptance into the community. A quick comment on each of the under described statement will indicate why cyberspace is developing in the contrary direction. On the internet noone knows that you are a dog: The famous cartoon of New York encapsulated the belief that cyberspace was a real, of anonymity and pseudonymity, where you could browse the web in privacy, or adopt a pseudonym ( and new sex or history if you like)for interactions with other.

It has been noted that while chatting to others online girls pretend to be guys to have chat with the other guys where as guys pretend to be girls. The defame condition of our interactions and communications in real space is anonymity whereas the default condition of Internet communication is some form of identification. Cyberspace is the land of empowerment, of reinventing identities out of thought. Online identity needs to be broken down into two components to be fully explored. First there are a number of resources through which online identities are created. Second, there is an elastic connection between offline and online identity.

And people negotiate the potential identity, fluidity of online life with these two resources. A numbers of indicators appear online through which identity is constructed. Their common characteristic is that they do not immediately create clear forms of identity that are identical to offline identity. Rather they create a number of resources through which offline identity can be imported of recreated but which do not mandate that offline and online remain the same. These components divide broadly into two types, identifiers and style. Identifiers are the names, addresses, self-descriptions and more that designate contributions to cyberspace.

They all in some way allow the message we send, the software we contribute, the emotions of ideas that we express, to be related to our avatar But in the real world this is very simple. We can see people and recognise them according to the physical apperance. The problem with the cyber world identity is that someone knowing the characters and password of others may cheat to other easily. This is how a real world is different form the cyber world. Today cyber world has effected more that the real world in our daily life. Almost 90% of the citizens of the developed country use the internet for information, transactions and the entertainment.

Entertainment on the internet is cheaper and easy than that in the real world. Almost all students use the internet for study. They cannot study without the internet. Almost all of their researches are done on the net. They don't need any teacher for that. So cyber world work for them as their teacher. Cyberspace has created so much influence on the people that they even don't want to go to buy stuff from the market. They just view it online and order giving their details and they get their things delivered at their home in no time.

This is only because today even the smaller retails have their websites and they advertise through their websites (see appendix ). Although the real world was created billions of years ago but cyber world emerged from the mid 1960 the cyber world has become more advanced that the real world. Not only this much to buy things offline I need to go between 9-6 but in the cyber world it can be done 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. This shows the advancement of the cyber world over the real world. You can send message to one you want in a minute which cannot be done through the traditional method of correspondence.