Cybercrime : a Casebook

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"Cybercrime: A Casebook" explores the full panoply of crimes facilitated using the Internet and the attendant issues of increased complexity of detection, investigation, and prosecution. The work asks readers to question how cybercrimes are similar to and different from their common law ancestors, challenging readers to begin to frame cybercrime within a rational jurisprudential framework.This first casebook begins the development of a jurisprudence of cybercrime. The law of cybercrime is presented through the casebook approach, and includes substantive, carefully-edited excerpts from case law. Cases are supplemented by secondary source materials and commentary. All materials are current, easy to relate to and accessible to a broad spectrum of readers. It is accompanied by an author-maintained website that will be regularly updated with case law and new issues. It discusses real-life cases to interest and engage readers. It presents carefully-edited relevant excerpts of actual case law.
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  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 152 x 229mm
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 0123705312
  • 9780123705310