International Guide to Combating Cybercrime (Downloadable PDF)
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International Guide to Combating Cybercrime (Downloadable PDF)

International Guide to Combating Cybercrime (Downloadable PDF)
Product Code: 5450030I
Editor: Jody R. Westby
Sponsoring Entities: Section of Science & Technology Law
Topics: Science & Engineering Law, Technology Law
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We are all privileged to live in a Digital Revolution - a time that will go down in history as as important, if not more important than the Renaissance. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are transforming art, music, cultures, and societies. People around the world are increasingly experiencing the benefits of the Internet through e-Commerce, e-Government, and e-mail; however, the same cyberspace that affords these positive opportunities is also vulnerable to those who use it for criminal purposes.

Today the Internet is connected to nearly 200 countries. The very nature of a globally connected network has made it painfully clear that cyber criminal activity cannot be effectively addressed by individual nations or even a group of industrialized countries; it requires a concerted effort between industry, government officials, law enforcement, and citizens of all countries.

The International Guide to Combating Cybercrime, was written to help all stakeholders better understand the key aspects of cybercrime. Written with the collaboration of over 50 contributors- attorneys, government personnel, non-profit staff and university professors - this comprehensive guide serves as a manual for developed and developing countries alike to help:

Create effective cybercrime laws
Handle jurisdiction issues
Cooperate in international investigations
Develop acceptable practices for search and seizure
Establish effective public/private sector interaction
In addition, the book includes a complete bibliography, a list of additional resources and an extensive index to get you directly to the information you need when you need it. So whether you are working in government, industry, non-governmental organizations, or academia, you will not want to be without this invaluable resource. Order your copy today!
Limited Complimentary Copies Available

Limited complimentary copies will be provided to persons in developing countries involved in influencing and enforcing laws and regulations in the area of cybercrime. This applies to private sector attorneys, NGO staff, legislators and members of parliament, judges, police and investigators, prosecutors, ministry staff and public officials. If you would like to apply for a free copy of the International Guide to Combating Cybercrime, please send an email stating your full name, title, organization, address, telephone and fax numbers to Jody Westby, Chair of the ABA Privacy & Computer Crime Committee, at westby@mindspring.com. Indicate your responsibilities or areas of work in cybercrime.
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