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Dear Editor,

Thanks a lot for your troubles.

You posted my paper in the title "The effect of globalization on the national criminal law systems".

I would be grateful if you replace Date of Version Summer 08-31-2018 instead of Spring 4-10-2019.

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Shirin Ahmadi Dastjerdi


Globalization has influenced many human life scopes with a variety of tools, which the cyberspace playing the most role. Although both cyberspace and globalization have had many benefits to human life, both as a tool and as a process, they have been able to assist offenders to bring crime into the cyberspace without any trouble. Therefore, today criminologists discuss the globalized world of crime. Although, the processes of homogenization and globalization have been precious to human beings, should not be overlooked. In this article, the author has tried to explain the cybercrime in the age of globalization, with an emphasis on globalized crime and its related examples. The effect of globalization on the national criminal law systems has also been investigated. The research method was descriptive-analytic.



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