Part I describes a few experiences with international computer hackers in order to provide a context for the rest of the Essay. Part II extracts from that experience the central issues that have arisen-and predictably will continue to arise-in connection with investigating and prosecuting international electronic crimes. These concerns are divided into three subject areas: the substantive law, the procedural law, and operational issues. Finally, Part III summarizes international efforts to address concerns raised by crimes in cyberspace.
David Goldstone and Betty-Ellen Shave,
International Dimensions of Crimes in Cyberspace,
22 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1924
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