Provide a 6 pages analysis while answering the following question: Difficulties in Maintaining Order and Law in Cyber-Space. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. The role played by the internet to revolutionize the computer world has never been evident there before. The internet is the definition that may refer to a worldwide broadcasting capacity, information dissemination mechanism, and the medium for interaction and collaboration between individuals and their own computers irrespective of geographic locality. The internet idea and research about the same came into place in the 1960s during research on packet switching on networks such as ARPANET. Since then, more research took place and in the 1980s, access to the ARPANET system expanded when National Science Foundation made developed the Computer Science Network (Moore & Seymour, 2005). Later on, in 1982 there was the standardization of the Internet Protocol Suite and the worldwide network consisting of fully interconnected networks (internet) become operational. There have been numerous advancements in the field that has enabled people to make the world a global village.

Cybercrime entails any form of criminal activity that deals with computers and hacking (Jewkes, &Yar, 2013). It also includes crimes committed through the internet such as hate crimes, internet fraud, telemarketing, identity theft, online money account thefts and the spread of incitement or terror messages. In the modern world, terrorists are using the internet for recruitment and radicalization posing a great threat to both national and global security. The study considers the impacts of the internet on these crimes and the effect on the criminal justice system.

The use of the internet has reduced the world to a global village (Cain, 2001). People can easily connect with each, in different parts of the world without travelling and interact effectively. Thus, globalization refers to the increased interconnectedness of people, societies, and countries across the world such that events at one locality can influence different localities in the world in a very short period.&nbsp.