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LAW 264 - Cyber Crimes Seminar.


This course will examine the unique legal issues that judges, prosecutors, government and private businesses are confronting as they respond to the threat of cyber crime.  This course will consider how these entities have and should respond to these issues and attendant legal and policy considerations.  Topics will include:  the Fourth Amendment applied to cyberspace, privacy in cyberspace, electronic surveillance, hacking, viruses, internet crimes against children, identity theft, and phishing.  There are no prerequisites for the course.  Each student is required to participate in class sessions, write a paper on an approved topic, and make a presentation to the class on the paper.Two hours.Muir



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