Cyber Crime and Digital Evidence: Materials and Cases
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This book is titled Cyber Crime and Digital Evidence for one fundamental reason: it is more likely that a lawyer or judge will encounter digital evidence in almost every case, given its ubiquity in modern life. Nearly half of this book is devoted to the government’s acquisition of digital evidence, regardless of the underlying crime. The balance of the book is devoted to various aspects of the criminal law that have been modified to address new forms of bad behavior that are facilitated by digital devices and networks.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
Chapter 2 OBTAINING DIGITAL EVIDENCE: AN INTRODUCTION
Chapter 3 FOURTH AMENDMENT APPLICABILITY: "INSIDE THE BOX"
Chapter 4 COMPETING VIEWS OF THE NATURE OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE SEARCHES
Chapter 5 WARRANTS FOR DIGITAL EVIDENCE: PARTICULARITY CLAIMS AND BROAD SEIZURES
Chapter 6 SEARCH EXECUTION ISSUES
Chapter 7 CONSENT SEARCHES; COMPELLING DISCLOSURE OF PASSWORDS
Chapter 8 CELL PHONES, OTHER MOBILE DIGITAL DEVICES, AND TRADITIONAL FOURTH AMENDMENT DOCTRINE PERMITTING WARRANTLESS SEARCHES
Chapter 9 SEIZURES OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE
Chapter 10 SEARCHES AT THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER
Chapter 11 FOURTH AMENDMENT APPLICABILITY TO NETWORKS AND THE INTERNET
Chapter 12 STATUTORY REGULATION OF OBTAINING DATA
Chapter 13 OBSCENITY AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
Chapter 14 POLICING THE INTERNET FOR CRIMES INVOLVING EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN
Chapter 15 PROPERTY CRIMES AND COMPUTER MISUSE
Chapter 16 COMPUTER SPECIFIC CRIMES: OBTAINING CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION, UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS, FRAUD, AND DAMAGE
Chapter 17 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Chapter 18 SPYWARE, ADWARE, MALWARE; PHISHING; SPAM; AND IDENTITY-RELATED CRIME
Chapter 19 OTHER CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS: CYBERBULLYING, THREATS, STALKING, HARASSMENT, AND DEFAMATION
Chapter 20 SENTENCING