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This research paper sheds light on the issue of cybersecurity in Algeria and the legal challenges posed by this modern concept. Undoubtedly, the tremendous advances in technology and electronic communications have led to the continuous development of methods of fraud and attacks on various technological infrastructures of different countries. Algeria is one of the countries facing such threats. Therefore, this research paper aims to highlight the conceptual framework of cybersecurity and to elucidate the attitude of Algerian legislation towards it.
The issue of cybersecurity is of great importance, whether it is related to the economic, social, cultural, political or security spheres. It is therefore of the highest priority to delve into a detailed explanation of this concept, which has become the talk of the town, especially in the light of significant changes in the technological field. This underlines the importance of studying this topic in order to enlighten the readers and the different segments of society about the meaning of this term.
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