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1. Cyber Chumps
Article about Internet safety and vulnerability written by crime-fiction novelist, child protection consultant, and children's attorney Andrew Vachss. Vachss warned early on that people must be careful about trusting information coming from the Internet.
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2. Web Surfers Beware
I have been attacked and left for dead by someone I had met on the net. Could it happen to you?
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3. The State of the Law on Cyberjurisdiction and Cybercrime on the Internet
Cyberlaw encompasses cybercrime, electronic commerce, freedom of expression, intellectual property rights, jurisdiction and choice of law, and privacy rights.
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4. Cybercrimes University of Dayton School of Law
Law on the Digital Frontier provides a forum where law students, lawyers and other interested persons can publish legal analysis, opinion and commentary on law and its application to cyberspace and related technology.
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5. Cybersnitch
High-tech crime reporting system. Cybersnitch has become an international phenomenon and has revolutionized the way computer crime is investigated worldwide.
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6. Electronic Privacy Information Center
EPIC is a public interest research center in Washington, D.C. It was established in 1994 to focus public attention on emerging civil liberties issues and to protect privacy, the First Amendment, and constitutional values.
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7. National Infrastructure Protection Center
Department of Homeland Security. The same interconnectivity that allows us to transmit information around the globe at the click of a mouse or push of a button also creates unprecedented opportunities for criminals, terrorists, and hostile foreign nation-states.
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8. Federal Guidelines for Seizing Computers
Obtained by the Electronic Privacy Information Center via the Freedom of Information Act, this gives the federal guidelines for searching and seizing computers.
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9. High Technology Crime Investigation Association
A group that aims to share data, experience, and techniques among its members.
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10. International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists
nonprofit corporation composed of law-enforcement professionals who have been trained in the forensic science of seizing and processing evidence from computer systems. Dedicated to education in the field of computer forensics.
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