Title: cyber crime
|Date:||July 10, 2013|
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But use of the Internet is clearly growing very, very quickly, and so is computer crime and the need to control it.
Some cyberspace crimes, such as unauthorized access to a computer, are new and specific to the online world. Others, such as
fraud or theft of valuables, are familiar from the real world...
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In either case, the disembodied, often anonymous nature of activity in cyberspace creates problems in enforcing laws. Evidence, of course, is the foundation for identifying, catching, and prosecuting criminals. Forensic Science has developed well-understood techniques for dealing with real-world evidence, but how can these methods be applied in cyberspace? What must investigators do to collect, preserve, and authenticate digital evidence? How can legal admissibility of digital evidence be assured? How can digital evidence be used to reconstruct crimes and generate leads?
- excerpt from Foreword by Robert L...
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