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14th Annual Conference 1999

New Privacy Concerns - ISPs, Crime Prevention, and Consumers’ Rights Does C and IT Facilitate the Wrong Things Prototyping Digital Law - The Cordless Telephone Cases 'This is not Kate Moss' - An Exploration Into the Viewing of Cyberpornography Computer-Mediated Communications and Criminal Evidence Use and Abuse of the Internet in Fraud and Money Laundering Personal Jurisdiction in On-line Expression Cases - Rejecting Minimum Contacts in Favor of Affirmative Acts Criminals Using Cryptography, Reasonable Precaution or Convenient Smokescreen Balkan Hackers War in Cyberspace Cyberstalking - Tackling Harassment on the Internet The Extension of the Criminal Law to Protecting Confidential Commercial Information - Comments on the Issues E-mail, The Police, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Criminalizing Online Speech to Protect the Young - What Are the Benefits and Costs Burden of Proof in Legal Dialogue Games ‘Between the Risk and the Reality Falls the Shadow’ - Evidence and Urban Legends in Computer Fraud Basic Considerations in Investigating Computer Crime, Executing Computer Search Warrants and Seizing Equipment Law, Learning, Technology - Reiving Ower the Borders The Electronic Law School - Development of the Intranet College Information System (iCiS) Police Conduct in the Obtaining of Evidence, Application of the Codes of Practice, and Judicial Discretion Securing Electronic Commerce with Digital Signatures - Do Digital Signatures Comply with Legal Criteria for the Written Form The Need For Regulating Anonymous Remailers Comparing Student Assignments by Computer PROSA an Instructional Environment for Learning Legal Case Solving Regulating E-Commerce - Formal Transactions in the Digital Age Policing 'High Tech Crime' in the Global Context - the Role of Transnational Policy Networks The Hidden Legacy of Scott - Weapons of Mass Destruction, Arms Control and Technological Change Learning in Cyberspace An Analysis of Paedophile Activity on the Internet from a Structural and Social Organisational Perspective Counteracting Online Identity Fraud Under the Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act Facilitating the Delivery of Justice Services to Rural and Remote Communities The American Earned Income Tax Credit and Cyberfraud The Reflexive Role of Cyberspace in the Shape of Things to Come The Criminal Courts and the Citizen On the Politics of Policing the Internet - Striking the Right Balance Free Speech, Crime, and the Challenge of Advancing Technology Computerising Legal Education - What Next Law Students and the Use and Abuse of Electronic Forms of Information

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