Crime, Criminal Justice and the Internet
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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The Regulation of Harassment on the Internet
The Investigators Perspective
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