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International and Foreign Cyberspace Law Research Guide

This guide covers resources on cyberspace law where issues encompass the Internet, cybercrime, privacy and ecommerce. Cyberspace law can incorporate aspects of comparative, international and foreign law

Cyber Crime Resources

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Brief Overview

Information technology can be used to facilitate traditional crimes in novel ways, such as fraud. It also breeds new types of crimes, such as hacking and malware. This section of the research guide offers advice on researching all types of computer-enabled criminal activities, including those fueled primarily by economic motives (identity theft, piracy, industrial espionage, etc.) and those stemming from non-economic motives (bullying, stalking, hate crimes, etc.).

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