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By Eoghan Casey

Electronic proof - proof that's saved on or transmitted via desktops - can play an enormous position in quite a lot of crimes, together with murder, rape, abduction, baby abuse, solicitation of minors, baby pornography, stalking, harassment, fraud, robbery, drug trafficking, desktop intrusions, espionage, and terrorism.Though increasingly more criminals are utilizing desktops and machine networks, few investigators are well-versed within the evidentiary, technical, and criminal concerns regarding electronic proof. for that reason, electronic facts is usually overlooked,collected incorrectly, and analyzed ineffectively. the purpose of this hands-on source is to teach scholars and pros within the legislations enforcement, forensic technological know-how, machine defense, and criminal groups approximately electronic proof and computing device crime.This paintings explains how desktops and networks functionality, how they are often enthusiastic about crimes, and the way they are often used as a resource of facts. in addition to gaining a pragmatic figuring out of the way desktops and networks functionality and the way they are often used as facts of against the law, readers will find out about appropriate criminal matters and may be brought to deductive felony profiling, a scientific method of focusing an research and knowing felony motivations.

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Ironically, Internet technology has now been successfully exploited by pornographers so that it is actually difficult to use the Internet without encountering potentially objectionable material. Congress returned to the issue of Internet access by children to inappropriate material in 1998 by passing the Child Online Protection Act (COPA). COPA's language was intended to rectify the vagueness of the CDA's "indecent" and "patently offensive" terms by creating a "test" relying very closely on the language of the Miller test for obscenity.

While it is important to understand that the "right of privacy" is protected by common law and statutes, for the purposes of the criminal law, and this book, the focus is on our privacy protection as it is embodied in the Constitution. " It turns out that our right of privacy has a lot to do with our expectations and how reasonable they are. Consider some seminal Supreme Court criminal cases regarding our "right to privacy" under the Fourth Amendment. The Fourth Amendment's prohibition of "unreasonable searches and seizures" applies to searches and seizures made by government without a warrant, unless either a warrant is unnecessary, or the search or seizure falls under one of the exceptions to the warrant requirement.

The language described in this chapter both enables and limits our ability to describe and interpret digital evidence. This language is useful for developing investigative and evidence-processing procedures but does not include other important aspects of investigating this type of crime. Concepts and techniques that are helpful for interpreting digital evidence, discerning patterns of behavior, understanding motives, generating 32 Chapter 2: History and Terminology of Computer Crime Investigation Chapter 2: History and Terminology of Computer Crime Investigation 33 investigative leads, linking cases, and develop trial strategies are presented in Chapters 4 and 5.

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