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Cybercrime: May 2014

The latest crime and justice alerts are now available on our new catalogue at http://library.aic.gov.au.

Wherever possible, open access to full text documents are provided, but for licensing reasons, they cannot be given for most journal articles. Please contact your own library for any items that are not freely available - we are happy to help them with inter-library loans if needed.

For further assistance please email front.desk@aic.gov.au

Books/reports

Journal articles

  • Crowdsourcing counter terrorism / Babak Akhgar
    Intersec : the journal of international security 24(4) Apr 2014: 6-8
  • Cybercrime hindering : world economy
    Security management 58(5) May 2014: 14-16
  • Distinguishing counterfeit from authentic product retailers in the virtual marketplace / Jeremy M Wilson and Roy Fenoff
    International criminal justice review 24(1) Mar 2014: 39-58
  • Fake users reap real gains : fraudulent accounts abound on social networks / Kurt Thomas and Chris Grier
    RCMP Gazette 76(1) 2014: 30-31
  • 'I hate everything about you' : a qualitative examination of cyberbullying and on-line aggression in a college sample / Rebecca Rafferty and Thomas vander ven
    Deviant behavior 35(4/6) Apr/Jun 2014: 364-377
  • Rumination mediates the association between cyber-victimization and depressive symptoms / Brian A Feinstein, Vickie Bhatia and Joanne Davila
    Journal of interpersonal violence 29(9) Jun 2014: 1732-1746
  • Smart card solutions / Holly Gilbert
    Security management 58(5) May 2014: 57-61
  • Third parties and cyber-crime policing in Nigeria : some reflections / Philip Nnameziri Ndubueze and Emmanuel Uzodinma Mazindu Igbo
    Policing : a journal of policy and practice 8(1) 2014: 59-68
  • Types of organised crime in Italy. The multifaceted spectrum of Italian criminal associations and their different attitude in the financial crisis and in the use of internet technologies / Anita Lavorgna and Anna Sergi
    International journal of law, crime and justice 42(1) Mar 2014: 16-32
  • Women vulnerable as technology helps stalkers / Rania Spooner
    Journal for women and policing no. 34 Autumn 2014: 10-11