LAW7704 - Cybercrime

LAW7704 - Cybercrime

Course Number: 

7704

Type: 

Lecture

Credits: 

3

Prerequisite(s):

none

This course examines legal and policy aspects of computer and electronic crimes and related issues. The primary focus will be on modern cybercrime, including the legal frameworks, prosecutorial tools/discretion, and other measures available for deterring, investigating, prosecuting and punishing criminal acts which leverage, target, or otherwise involve modern information systems. Topics will include hacking, electronic surveillance, the Fourth Amendment and technology, digital forensics, cyberbullying, identity theft, electronic espionage, cyberterrorism, digital copyright and related issues, privacy, the era of forced disclosure, and the challenge of cross-jurisdiction enforcement.