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Proposals to Improve the Efforts Against Online Crimes (Money Laundering)

  • Fausto Martin De Sanctis
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Abstract

The study concludes by presenting concrete proposals for the public and private sectors in order to prevent and effectively combat or reduce online crimes. It also provides specific proposals, at the international and domestic levels, to deal with the complex and still effective method of crimes: the Internet.

Keywords

Proposals Improving Prevention Combat Prevent Money laundering 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Fausto Martin De Sanctis
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  1. 1.3rd RegionFederal Court of AppealsSão PauloBrazil

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