The Internet is a vital part of the global economy considering an estimated 8 trillion United States dollars flow through global e-commerce each year. However, this new, innovative tool is not only used to benefit the people; the Internet has become a place for criminal activity as well. With over one million victims of crimes globally every day, the United States works closely with the EU to ally against this Lernaean Hydra. This thesis explores how Transatlantic cooperation can be improved through formalized regulation especially in regards to organized research in tracking child exploitation, Safe Harbor Privacy Principles, and reducing terrorist threats.
Advisor(s) or Committee Chair
Dr. Roger Murphy
Feikes, Allison, "Transatlantic Cooperation on Cyber Security: Data Privacy and Cybercrime" (2014). Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects. Paper 459.