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By Thomas K. Clancy

Cyber Crime and electronic facts fabrics and Cases is designed to be an available creation to Cyber Crime and electronic proof. The identify illuminates major features of this ebook. First, cyber crime is just a subset of a much wider development within the legal zone, that is using electronic facts in nearly all felony situations. as a result, it is very important comprehend the criminal framework that regulates acquiring that more and more used and demanding facts. moment, this ebook presents a broader framework than an never-ending move of situations bargains. legislations scholars deserve the wider context and, expectantly, gets a few of it with this ebook.
here's a precis of the themes lined through the twenty chapters during this intriguing new publication:
•   acquiring electronic proof
•   Fourth modification Applicability: "Inside the Box"
•   Competing perspectives of the character of electronic proof Searches
•   Warrants for electronic facts: Particularity Claims and wide Seizures
•   seek Execution matters
•   Consent Searches: Compelling Disclosure of Passwords
•   cellphones, different cellular electronic units, and standard Fourth modification Doctrine allowing Warrantless Searches
•   Seizures of electronic facts
•   Searches on the foreign Border
•   Fourth modification Applicability to Networks and the net
•   Statutory law of acquiring information
•   Obscenity and baby Pornography
•   Policing the web for Crimes regarding Exploitation of youngsters
•   estate Crimes and desktop Misuse
•   desktop particular Crimes: Unauthorized entry, Fraud, and harm
•   highbrow estate robbery
•   Spyway, spyware, Malware, Phishing, unsolicited mail and Identity-Related Crime
•   different Crimes opposed to individuals (Cyberbullying, Threats, Stalking)
•   Sentencing

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As indicated above, Yahoo! employee Annie Cheung testified that Yahoo! tracks dates, times, and IP addresses for login attempts on a Yahoo! account and maintains that information for approximately thirty days. Both Cheung's testimony and the actual document turned over by Yahoo! 146. 146 had logged on to Yahoo! a number of times in October and November 2005. 146 being logged on at 2 PM on September 2, 2005, does not undermine the adequacy of the affidavit. The reason for that absence is simply that Yahoo!

18 To date, there are no cases involving digital evidence that have created unusual rules related to remedies or peculiar application of established rules. 4. 20 States can afford more protection to individuals than the Fourth Amendment does but if the state constitution is construed to offer less, the Fourth Amendment serves as a floor. Hence, for state judges, the question is whether the state constitution should be construed to afford more protection to individuals than the Fourth Amendment.

C. § 2703(c)(2), "[a] provider of electronic communication service or remote computing service shall disclose to a governmental entity the . . name; . . address; . . telephone or instrument number or other subscriber number or identity, including any temporarily assigned network address. . of a subscriber to or customer of such service. . " Section 2703(d) specifies that "[a] court order for disclosure under subsection ... (c) . . shall issue only if the governmental entity offers specific and articulable facts showing that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the.

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