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2020, vol. 11, br. 3, str. 255-271
"Internet budućnosti" i kriminalitet - ka kriminologiji Interneta stvari
La Trobe University, Australia, Melbourne

e-adresaS.Milivojevic@latrobe.edu.au, E.Radulski@latrobe.edu.au
Ključne reči: Internet stvari; pametne stvari; nadzor; tehnologija; kriminalitet
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Internet stvari (The Internet of Things - IoT) revolucionarno menja način na koji živimo i komuniciramo. Osim toga, njime se transformiše do sada uobičajeni način povezivanja sa "društvom i prirodom". Internet stvari polazi od toga da predmeti poput kućnih uređaja, automata i (samoupravljajućih) vozila mogu da se povežu sa drugim stvarima i razmenjuju podatke uz pomoć bežične (Bluetooth) mreže ili tehnologije identifikovanja putem radio frekvencije (RFID). "Pametne stvari" mogu da kontrolišu svoje karakteristike i podešavanja, ali i naša iskustva i donošenje odluka. Autorke se u ovom radu bave novim tehnološkim razvojem Interneta stvari (IoT) i značajem koji to ima za kriminologiju. Cilj rada je usmeren na delimično ukazivanje na nedostatke u literaturi i postavljanjem problema kojima bi u budućnosti trebalo da se bave kriminolozi i drugi naučnici u sferi društvenih nauka. Fokus rada je na fenomenu Interneta stvari (IoT), dok se napredak u vidu tehnologije prepoznavanja lica pominje samo neznatno. Imajući u vidu da razvoj tehnologije, pored svih svojih prednosti utiče i na uspostavljanje odnosa političke, ekonomske i vojne moći, autorke ovim radom postavljaju polaznu osnovu za buduću diskusiju u predviđanju i sprečavanju neželjenih posledica koje "internet budućnosti" nosi sa sobom.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/crimen2003255M
primljen: 26.10.2020.
prihvaćen: 23.11.2020.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 22.01.2021.
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