（Regulatory Institutions Network, research school of Pacific and Asian Studies, the Australian National University)
Mr Lennon Yao-Chung Chang
Thesis title: High-tech crime across the Taiwan-China Strait.
Supervisor: Peter Grabosky.
Lennon Yao-Chung Chang received his MA at the Graduate School of Criminology, National Taipei University, and a Bachelor of Law at National Taipei University, Taiwan. His Masters thesis focused on the victims’ and repeated victims’ characteristics and opportunities of rotating credit association fraud (rotating credit association is a kind of traditional underground economic system in Chinese society). From 2005 to 2007, Lennon worked as a project manager and legal researcher in the Science and Technology Law Center, Institute for Information Industry, Taiwan. His research was focusing on the legal issues of information security, cybercrime, data protection, privacy, freedom of information, data retention, and telecommunication etc., especially on cybercrime and information security. He also conducted research about juvenile delinquency, focusing on the aspect of dropout students, as well as on the topics of victimisation, insurance fraud, etc. Supervised by Professor Peter Grabosky, Lennon is now pursuing his PhD, investigating the hi-tech crime problems across the Taiwan-China Strait.