276.5 sec. 001 - Cybercrime (Spring 2019)
Instructor: Mark Flanagan (view instructor's teaching evaluations - degree students only)
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- W 6:25 PM - 8:15 PM
Location: Law 130
From January 09, 2019
To April 19, 2019
Course End: April 19, 2019
Class Number: 31645
Enroll Limit: 38
As of: 06/11 02:48 PM
Society's ever-increasing reliance upon computers and computer networks has led to the profusion of crimes where computers are the means, targets and/or sources of criminal behavior. This course will explore the policy and law of computer crimes, including computers as the tools and targets of criminal behavior, and how "cyber crimes" differ from transgressive behavior in physical space. Topics will include the application of the fourth amendment to computer-related crimes, computer hacking, identify theft, electronic surveillance, cyberbullying, privacy and the use of computer forensics.
Mark Flanagan is the partner-in-charge of the Palo Alto office of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr. His practice focuses on white collar crime and investigations and intellectual property law. Mark is a Boalt Hall graduate and previously served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Central District of California.
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Required Books are in blue
- Cyber Crime and Digital Evidence: Materials and Cases
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