Indonesian Journal of Pancasila and Global Constitutionalism
Vol 1 No 2 (2022): July-December, 2022

Cybercrime, Pancasila, and Society: Various Challenges in the Era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0

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Publish Date
31 Jul 2022


The Industrial Revolution 4.0 is a change in the mechanism for the production of goods and services marked by a number of characteristics, namely the use of the internet of things, big data, automation, robotics, lay computing, to artificial intelligence. This change is not only felt by the private sector, but also by government organizations. What the community, especially students, can do to play a role in this industrial era and take steps and places as the driving force of this country is to develop a pattern of critical thinking that is not easily eroded by negative influences. This means that with the amount of information that can be obtained, students must be able to see which information can be trusted and which is not and do not immediately believe in any information that is not necessarily true. In addition to the various opportunities offered in the Industrial Revolution 4.0 era, there are many new public issues that must be faced, such as online transportation polemics, the threat of e-commerce to conventional shops/retails and cybercrime. This time, we focus on cybercrime, and the problem of violence that occurs through online media in fact poses a problem for the whole community. For this reason, everyone needs to get a good understanding of the impact of cybercrime, and the potential emergence of women as victims of these crimes, such as cyberstalking and cyberpornography.

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Religion Humanities Education Law, Crime, Criminology & Criminal Justice Social Sciences


Indonesian Journal of Pancasila and Global Constitutionalism (ISSN Print: 2830-0629 ISSN Online: 2830-0610) is an open access a double blind peer reviewed journal published by Faculty of Law, Universitas Negeri Semarang and managed by Pancasila and Constitution Studies Center, Center for Legal ...