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For courses in Cybercrime, Electronic Crime, Online Criminal Investigation, or Computer Forensics Law. The number and variety of cybercrimes continues to rise and now there is a book for college students written to examine this ever-growing problem. With features designed for the undergraduate, this book thoroughly examines both the substantive and procedural laws pertaining to cybercrime. Using a combination of text, statutes, rules and cases, it covers a wide variety of cybercrimes, all in one user-friendly format. Each chapter includes criminal statutes and regulations (right in the text), edited cases, key terms, web links and review problems. Its clear references and critical discussion make it an authoritative reference for both students and investigators more

Product details

  • Hardback | 450 pages
  • 167.6 x 242.9 x 19mm | 510g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • 0131132970
  • 9780131132979
  • 2,036,869

Table of contents

Introduction: Nature and Scope of Cybercrime PART I. CYBERCRIMES AGAINST DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS Chapter 1. Information Warfare and Cyberterrorism Chapter 2. Crimes Involving the Use of Computers PART II. CYBERCRIMES AGAINST INDIVIDUALS Chapter 3. Crimes Implicating Morality Chapter 4. Online Gambling Chapter 5. Internet FraudsChapter 6. Data Privacy Crimes PART III. CRIMES AGAINST GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS ASSETS Chapter 7. Economic EspionageChapter 8. Intellectual Property FraudChapter 9. Frauds Upon Business Interests PART IV. INVESTIGATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF CYBERCRIMES Chapter 10. Search and Seizure: General PrinciplesChapter 11. Search and Seizure of Computers Pursuant to WarrantChapter 12. Wiretapping, Eavesdropping, Pen Registers, Trap and Trace Devices, and Access to Stored CommunicationsChapter 13. Digital Evidence and Forensic AnalysisChapter 14. International Issues Involving the Investigation and Prosecution of Cybercrimeshow more