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Library Highlights Cyber Crime June 15, 2008 Cybercrime & Security edited by Fletcher N. Baldwin, Jr. HV6773 .C92 From the Publisher: In the rapidly evolving world of the Internet, the law races to keep apace with new developments in technology and technology-based crimes. Yet cyber-criminals worldwide are not being penalized because many judges, lawyers, and police officers lack the understanding and training to prop- erly investigate the various cybercrimes that face them. To help law, security, and business professionals stay on the cutting-edge of these forceful new trends, Cybercrime and Security is undergoing complete re- vision throughout 2005 and will include substantial releases that fully update the set and widen its cover- age to over 25 countries around the globe. Hundreds of pages of new country coverage and topical commentary will be included in each release. Ex- pert attorneys, judges, police, security professionals, government officials, consulting firms, cybercrime experts, businesses, and academics throughout the world provide commentary and advice that make this set an unbeatable resource for anyone who wants to protect their company’s communications infrastruc- ture from cyber-criminals. Crime Online edited by Yvonne Jewkes HV6773 .C75 2007 From the Publisher: Crime Online is concerned to explore the dual capacity of the Internet to pervert and to democratize: it offers its users freedom, democracy, and communication with people around the world while at the same time generating anxieties concerning its potential to corrupt vulnerable minds and facili- tate heinous crimes. This book provides a highly authoritative account and analysis of key issues within the rapidly burgeoning field of cybercrime. Drawing upon a range of internationally known experts in the field, and representing several different disciplines, Crime Online focuses on different constructions and manifestations of cyber- crime and diverse responses to its regulation. It will be essential reading for anybody with an interest in one of the most exciting and fast moving areas of crime, policing and legislation. Computer Crime Law Orin S. Kerr KF3803.A54 A94 2008 From the Publisher: This book covers all aspects of crime in the digital age. Topics range from Internet surveillance law and the Patriot Act to computer hacking laws and the Council of Europe cybercrime con- vention. It combines theoretical insights with practical tips for working with actual cases. It is ideally suited for a two-credit seminar or a three-credit course, and will appeal both to criminal law professors and those interested in cyberlaw or law and technology. Advanced knowledge of computers and the Inter- net is not assumed. Library Highlights—Cyber Crime—June 15, 2008 page 2 Cyberlaw for Global E-business: Finance, Payments, and Dispute Resolution edited by Takashi Kubota K1005 .C93 2008 From the Publisher: As the various types of global e-business grow rapidly, the need to establish adequate cyberlaws is increased. Reformation of domestic and global laws has been underway; however, the nature of e-business is one of constant technological developments, consistently outdating existing laws. Cyberlaw for Global E-Business: Finance, Payment & Dispute Resolution examines cyberlaw discussions worldwide on topics such as cybercrime and risk management, comparative electronic trading systems of securities, digital currency regulation, jurisdiction and consumer protection in cross-border markets, and case law on international bank transfers. An invaluable resource for policy-makers, business experts, law- yers, scholars, and researchers, this book provides comprehensive research from a global perspective on the legal, technical, and financial implications of e-business. Cybercrime: The Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of a Computer-related Crime edited by Ralph D. Clifford KF390.5.C6 C924 2006 From the Publisher: As computer technology grows increasingly complex, so does computer crime. In this book, Clifford leads a team of nationally known experts in cybercrime (gathered from the diverse fields of academia, private and governmental practice) to unfold the legal mysteries of computer crime. The book explores the variety of crimes that involve computer technology, and provides essential details on proce- dural and tactical issues associated with the prosecution and defense of a cybercrime. Its insightful writing will be of great interest to criminal prosecution and defense attorneys, law enforcement officers, and stu- dents of computer or modern criminal law. Cybercrime includes the contributions of six authors chosen for their proficiency and experience in cyber- crime cases. The combined expertise of these authors will give those involved with cybercrimes — whether as attorneys, police officers, or policy makers — the knowledge they will need to be effective Cyberspace law: Cases and Materials Raymond S.R. Ku and Jacqueline D. Lipton KF390.5.C6 K8 2006 From the Publisher: Early adopters of CYBERSPACE LAW: Cases and Materials were particularly pleased by how flexible, coherent, and practical the book is. Now strengthened and scrupulously updated for its Sec- ond Edition, this engaging casebook can help your students understand one of the most dynamic areas of law. Written and structured for maximum effectiveness, the book: presents current Internet law as well as related policy concerns that will drive future legal analysis when new issues emerge -- the only casebook to address both areas, provides a sophisticated analysis of cutting-edge legal issues through an excellent selection of cases, is designed for currency, with materials organized around competing approaches and theories for any given issue, rather than current leading cases and can be used successfully in both intro- ductory and advanced courses. Thomas Jefferson School of Law Library
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