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International Legal Cooperation, Confiscation/Repatriation of Assets, and Virtual World

  • Fausto Martin De Sanctis
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Abstract

Through international cooperation, States ought to fight crime and curtail the enjoyment of property illegally acquired through criminal activity on the Internet, particularly with respect to the use on the black market or tax havens. International legal Cooperation is a prerequisite to any prevention of online crimes due to its inherent international reach. This chapter provides an analysis of ways to improve international legal cooperation.

Keywords

International legal cooperation Freezing Confiscation Repatriation Improvements 

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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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