First issue of Commonwealth Cybercrime Journal highlights AI use in judicial decision-making, among other topics

New Commonwealth Cybercrime Journal explores contemporary cybercrime trends and technological advances across the Commonwealth.

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The Commonwealth has recently released its first issue of a cybercrime journal to draw attention to policy-influencing articles and commentary by academics, policymakers, practitioners, and experts exploring significant cybercrime and cybersecurity issues. This first issue underscores regional cybercrime trends in Africa, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia and the UK, highlighting on a thematic front artificial intelligence (AI) in judicial decision-making in criminal matters; the co-dependency between cybercrime and organised crime; and data privacy concerns in relation to bring-your-own-device (BYOD) working practices, among other topics.