Cyberspace: Trends, Perspectives and Opportunities


Inez Mack and Rene Payne (Editors)

Series: Internet Theory, Technology and Applications
BISAC: COM014000

In this collection, the authors discuss spying, a term which recounts a historical period marked by intense international tensions related to ideological motivations which led to military clashes. The Cold War was marked with spies between the West and the Soviet bloc comprised of intrigue, murder, stolen secrets, double agents, and effective technology. Following this, this book assesses the attitudes of US voters concerning upgrading US voting technology, maintaining that securing US voting technology is necessary to preserve US democracy. Finally, the authors demonstrate how the classical view of cyberspace as a parallel territory to the physical space-world, which humans can enter and leave at will, has become obsolete, as cyberspace has combined with physical space.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Cyber Espionage: Spying in the Virtual World
(Antonio Teti, PhD, Head of Information Systems and Technology Innovation and Professor of IT Governance & Big Data at the University “G.D’Annunzio” of Chieti-Pescara (Italy)

Chapter 2. US Voter Confidence in New Voting Technologies
(T. Drake Matney and Ryan Kiggins, Ph.D., Department of Political Science, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK, US)

Chapter 3. The Dissolution of Cyberspace
(Fulgencio Sánchez Vera, PhD, Faculty of Education, University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain)


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