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Combating Cyber Sextortion Crimes in International Law and National Legislation


Cyber sextortion, the malicious act of coercing individuals into providing sexually explicit content through online means, has emerged as a pervasive threat in the digital age. This article explores the challenges of combating cyber sextortion crimes through the lens of international law and national legislation. Analyzing the existing legal frameworks, jurisdictional complexities, and gaps in enforcement, the article proposes comprehensive strategies to address and mitigate the impact of these crimes on individuals and society. By examining recent case studies and legal precedents, it sheds light on the evolving nature of cyber sextortion and emphasizes the need for collaborative efforts at both international and national levels.

Keywords: International law, cyber sextortion, national legislation

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