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Prosecuting Computer Crimes (PDF 213P)

  

Prosecuting Computer Crimes (PDF 213P)

Prosecuting Computer Crimes (PDF 213P)

This manual examines the federal laws that relate to computer crimes. Topics covered includes: Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Wiretap Act, Network Crime Statutes and Sentencing.

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s213 Pages

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