Crime, Criminal Justice and the Internet

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Sweet & Maxwell, Dec 17, 1998 - Law - 91 pages
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This edition of the "Criminal Law Review" journal comprises a number of articles which have crime and the Internet as their focus. The articles cover: the governance of the Internet in Europe; computer child pornography; cyberstalking; criminal law and the Internet; digital footprints; and more.

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Contents

Editorial
1
The Regulation of Harassment on the Internet
29
The Investigators Perspective
48
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Professor Clive Walker is Professor of Criminal Justice Studies at the School of Law, University of Leeds. He has written extensively on criminal justice, civil liberties and media issues. His books have focused upon terrorism, including (with Hogan, G., ) Political Violence and the Law in Ireland
(Manchester University Press, 1989) and The Prevention of Terrorism in British Law 2/e (Manchester University Press, 1992), Blackstone's Guide to the Anti-Terrorism Legislation (OUP, 2002), and upon miscarriages of justice, including; (with Keir Starmer), Justice in Error (Blackstone Press, London,
1993) and Miscarriages of Justice (Blackstone Press, London, 1999). Dr Jim Broderick is Director of MSc. Programme in Emergency Planning Management and Lecturer in Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management. Formerly he was a lecturer in strategic studies and U.S. foreign policy and the University of the
Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and a visiting lecturer in U.S. defense and security policy at the University of Birmingham.

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