The fraud via a personal computer (Section 386A Greek Criminal Code)


The great technological developments and public use of internet brought about new ‘intelligent’ forms of economic crime. This article examines, under the prism of new forms of criminality, the distinction and application respectively of the criminal provisions which regulate ‘common’ and ‘electronic’ fraud. The submission of the modern criminality to the proper legal rule as well as the legal combating of electronic crime in general does not only require an adequate knowledge of the penal law but also comprehension of the way the new technologies operate.

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