Why U.S. Cyberstalking Laws Should Be Amended

A Cybercrime and Digital Law Position Paper December 2019 According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six women and one in 17 men have been the victim of stalking at some point in their lives  (“Preventing Stalking |Violence Prevention|Injury Center|CDC,” 2019).   A 2014 […]

A Review of the Documentary ‘Cyber Crime’

Cyber Crime is a 2019 documentary, directed by Jeff Roldan, which shares the insights of cybersecurity experts on the evolution of cybercrime, the threat it poses, and ways to combat it.  The producers (SMB Networks LLC, 2019)  describe cybercrime as a “growing plague in our expanding digital world.” […]

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