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International cyber mediation is currently the most demanded service in the legal services market. The growth of cyber-attacks on the Internet, a large number of scams with cryptocurrency, falsification of products, goods and services sold on the Internet, as well as theft of money from credit cards and from online accounts of Internet users - all this requires the help of cyber lawyers. Since the Asia-Pacific region is the most developed and most populous Internet space in the world, the market for Internet mediator services should be the most profitable.
F. Viktor, T. QinYuxuan 2021. Commercial Benefits of International Cooperation of Cyber Lawyers. PREPRINTS.RU. https://doi.org/10.24108/preprints-3112162
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