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Summary Issues of Cybercrime

Mioara-Ketty Guiu

The present study notices that the definitions of cybercrimes raise big problems of hermeneutics. Such crimes were created starting from the premise that computer fraud is a suigeneris crime, which is not to be confused with any of the "crimes against patrimony"" (against "patrimonial rights"), because the latter crimes involve a "material contact" with the stolen object, while cybercrimes are committed "remotely" and, as a result, in their case, such "contact" is missing (does not exist). However, the author considers that this premise is false and that not all crimes against patrimony involve a material relationship with the stolen object. In her opinion, the contrary idea stemmed from the definition that majority civil doctrine gives to the notion of "possession", which is wrong. As Jhering noted, the concept of "possession" does not designate a "state of fact" consisting in the physical mastery of an object, but designates a set of prerogatives conferred by law on the holder of a patrimonial right, by virtue of which he/she may personally use an object or to derive material profit from it, attributing its use to another person. Also, the author considers that many of the cybercrimes disregard the principle of legality, as well as other principles of law, which reveals that the penal doctrine has not clarified its tasks yet.


Volume XII, Issue 2, July - December 2022



International Law

Quality of public expenditure and transdisciplinarity: Law, economics, psychology, politics and public management

Leonardo da Silva Guimarães Martins da Costa

The Debate in 21st Century Romania. Case Study – Bihor County

Claudia-Simona TIMOFTE

Constantin Ţoca


The influence of human rights on law

Access to the Archival Heritage as a Reflection of the Human Right to Culture. UNESCO’s Perspective

Codruţa-Elena Mihailovici

Cultural rights: new era, old principles, same challenges?

Andrei Nicolae

The role of conflict management in combating the social effects of the pandemic. Identification, neutralization, solution

Claudiu Florinel Augustin Ignat


European Union Law

Brief considerations on the rule of law from the perspective of EU member states

Paul Iulian Nedelcu

EU’s Long Arm of Sanctions – The Anti-Coercion Instrument

Mihai Ioachimescu-Voinea

The principle of solidarity - an instrument for managing migration and asylum at European Union Level

Ciprian-Constantin Mihai


UE Law and Comparative Law

The Costs of Digitalization. Social Media adaptation challenges within Public Administration Development

Andrei Alexandru Galan

Anca Elena Bălăşoiu

Summary Issues of Cybercrime

Mioara-Ketty Guiu

Personal Data Processing within a Smart Cemetery

Silviu-Dorin ŞCHIOPU


Environmental law

Some Legal Aspects of Shale Gas

Ovidiu-Horia Maican

International Governance of Climate Change. From the Framework Convention (1992) to COP-27 (2022)

Mircea M Duţu-Buzura