Trends in Organized Crime. Three categories of organised groups that exploit advances in information and communications technologies ICT to infringe legal and regulatory controls: 1 traditional organised criminal groups which make use of ICT to enhance their terrestrial criminal activities; 2 organised cybercriminal groups which operate exclusively online; and 3 organised groups of ideologically and politically motivated individuals who make use of ICT to facilitate their criminal conduct are described in this article. The need for law enforcement to have in-depth knowledge of computer forensic principles, guidelines, procedures, tools, and techniques, as well as anti-forensic tools and techniques will become more pronounced with the increased likelihood of digital content being a source of disputes or forming part of underlying evidence to support or refute a dispute in judicial proceedings. There is also a need for new strategies of response and further research on analysing organised criminal activities in cyberspace. The author is most grateful to the two anonymous referees and the editor-in-chief for their constructive feedback.
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It introduced a number of changes to the existing law, most notably in the restriction and reduction of existing rights and in greater penalties for certain "anti-social" behaviours. A main motivation was to restrict outdoor rave parties, in particular in reaction to the Castlemorton Common Festival. The whole of Part V which covered collective trespass and nuisance on land and included sections against raves 63—67, including the "repetitive beats" definition  and further sections against disruptive trespass, squatters, and unauthorised campers — most significantly the criminalisation of previously civil offences. This affected many forms of protest including hunt sabotage and anti-road protests. Part VII handled "Obscenity and Pornography", banning simulated child pornography , harshening provisions dealing with the censorship and age restriction of videos, and also increasing the penalty on obscene phone calls. Part XI dealt with sexual offences.
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Globalization refers to integration internationally through the exchange of world views, products, ideas and other cultural aspects. This is facilitated by advances in transportation and telecommunications infrastructure enabling openness in trade, finance, travel and communication Aart Scholte, These are the major factors that have generated economic and cultural interdependence, creating economic growth and well-being, and unfortunately, also giving rise to significant opportunity for criminal activities and business Nelken,
Introduction Globalization, apart from the impact it has in our everyday life, has also significantly contributed to the facilitation and the expansion of crime and more particularly the activities of transnational criminal groups. Organised crime is not a new problem for the authorities internationally, but patterns in the incidence, prevalence and concentration of organized crime are interpreted in terms of social trends that generate increased opportunities. For example, technological innovations in communication and intelligence sharing amongst criminal fraternities, together with political developments, such as the abolition of border controls, have created better conditions and more opportunities for committing criminal activities, such as electronic commerce and evasion of customs and exercise duties, whilst negating, or enabling the circumvention of, capable guardians.