Should the US recognize criminal law sanctions from other countries when those countries accuse US citizens of violating the other country’s laws?

Cyber-Crime and its big brother – “Cyber-warfare”, have so conquered the ever expanding and versatile cyberspace that we need to establish new international polices and regulations which will enable easy coordinated crime-fighting between nations. Its not about questioning who is accusing who, rather the grave situation here to find am amicable solution for international peace keeping. I personally think that CSIA is formed with this intention and that all nations should support it, including U.S.

Internet crimes and the policies that regulate it are insufficient until we create policies that has a global reach. Major areas of concerns are again privacy and national jurisdictions.

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