Theoretical debates about how best to address cybererime have their place, but, in the real world, companies and individuals face new harmful criminal activity that poses unique technical and investigatory challenges. One of the greatest challenges posed by this new technology is how to combat wrongdoing effectively without netting innocent actors. This Article will present three case studies drawn from recent highprofile news stories to illustrate the pitfalls of legislating in the e-crimes arena.
HOWELL, BERYL A.
"REAL WORLD PROBLEMS OF VIRTUAL CRIME,"
Yale Journal of Law and Technology: Vol. 7
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/yjolt/vol7/iss1/5