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Controlling fraud on the Internet: a CAPA perspective: a report for the Confederation of Asian and Pacific Accountants

ISSN: 
1326-6004
Published: 
10/2001
Abstract: 

This study describes the nature and extent of Internet related fraud as it affects business and government electronic commerce in a selection of Asia Pacific countries; evaluates business and law enforcement strategies aimed at preventing this type of fraud; and assesses the extent to which current legal and business responses are adequate in dealing with the problem in the region. The report also suggests a range of initiatives to prevent and control Internet fraud in the future, as well as to facilitate the ongoing monitoring of the nature and scope of the problem. An appendix contains the OECD "Guidelines on fraud minimisation for organisations engaged in electronic commerce".

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Smith R & Urbas G 2001. Controlling fraud on the Internet: a CAPA perspective: a report for the Confederation of Asian and Pacific Accountants. Research and public policy series no. 39. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. https://aic.gov.au/publications/rpp/rpp39