Cybercrime in Canadian Criminal Law
Written by Sara M. Smyth, LL.M., Ph.D.
Published by Carswell, 2010.
|Cybercrime in Canadian Criminal Law is a
treatise on computer crime for the Canadian marketplace. It provides concrete
answers to the difficult question of how to successfully deal with computer
crime in Canada. It sets out the existing regulatory framework and considers
alternatives in depth. It also provides a complex, multi-tiered proposal for
effective law enforcement, while considering the question of constitutional and
other constraints on regulation, including cost. It also draws analogies to
existing law enforcement powers in other areas, such as terrorism and money
laundering, as well as related technologies, including telephone networks.
Finally, it discusses how similar measures have been implemented in other
jurisdictions throughout the world.
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