Readership: Primary market: practitioners and academics specialising in criminal law, information technology, intellectual property, data protection, and corporate fraud.
Secondary market: caw enforcement agancies including the police and CPS, and non-legal professional advisors such as computer forensic and data security experts.
Ian Walden, Professor of Information and Communications Law and Head of Computer and Communications Law in the Centre for Commercial Studies, Queen Mary, University of London
"An invaluable companion, not least because it largely delivers what it says on the cover" - David S Wall, King's Law Journal
An ever-changing environment
What it is and is not
Laws and laws and...
'Lies, damn lies - statistics'
Method and madness
2: From Computer Abuse to Cybercrime
Criminal types and actors
3: Committing Crimes: Substantive Offences
Computer integrity offences
4: Addressing the Data Problems: Cyber-forensics and Criminal Procedure
Computer and network forensics
5: International Aspects: Jurisdiction and Harmonization
6: Evidential Issues: Presenting Data
Abuse of process
Probative value or evidential weight
7: Computer Crimes and Digital Investigations
Changing landscape and shifting priorities
Law, code, and rules
Regulating and policing cyberspace
Appendix I: Computer Misuse Act 1990
Appendix II: Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime
Appendix III: Council Framework Decision 2005/222/JHA of 24 February 2005
Appendix IV: Association of Chief Police Officers Good Practice Guide for Computer based Electronic Evidence