cyber crime newsletter
The National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law (at the University of Mississippi) jointly publishes with the National Association of Attorneys General a newsletter on cybercrime. Its FREE. The newsletters describe current developments, legislative action, corporate initiatives, and court cases, and contain informative articles. Its published six times a year and sent by email attachment. You can read the current and past issues at www.olemiss.edu/depts/ncjrl/CyberCrimeInitiative/cci_newsletter.html, which also gives you information on how to receive it. Here’s what is in a typical issue:
HIGHLIGHTS FROM JULY – AUGUST 2008 CYBER CRIME NEWSLETTER
An introduction to Virtual Worlds and Second Life
Social networking sites immune under CDA
Expectation of privacy in computer on military base
Fourth Amendment and use of GPS devices
Does sending hyperlink to child pornography constitute distribution?
School discipline for derogatory blog v. First Amendment
Search incident to arrest – delayed search of cell phone
California, Missouri enact cyber harassment laws
The NCJRL website www.ncjrl.org also contains information regarding upcoming conferences and events, educational programs, and publications that examine important criminal law and procedure issues.