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Cybercrime: October 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

  • Blog or flog? The potential of native advertising to mislead or deceive / Jennifer Terjesen-Som
    Internet law bulletin 17(8) Oct 2014: 182-186
  • Cracking drug data / Paul Stokes
    Intersec : the journal of international security 24(8) Sep 2014: 34-36
  • Crimes against children : examining technology's impact on victimzation and witness intimidation / Sasha N Rutizer
    APRI update 24(3) 2013: 1-3
  • Differentiating hackers, identity thieves, cyberbullies, and virus writers by college major and individual differences / Kathryn C Seigfried-Spellar and Kellin N Treadway
    Deviant behavior 35(10/12) 2014: 782-803
  • Digital information warfare trends in Eurasia / Aunshul Rege
    Security journal 27(4) 2014: 374-398
  • Digital refugees flee via Silk Road to black markets in drugs / James Martin
    The conversation. 10 Oct 2014:[4] p
  • Examining the effects of social bonds and shame on drug recovery within an on-line support community / Vanessa H Woodward, Marcos Luis Misis and O Hayden III Griffin
    Deviant behavior 35(10/12) 2014: 938-958
  • Hardening physical CNI protection / Michael Miles
    Intersec : the journal of international security 24(8) Sep 2014: 26-28
  • In plain sight / Holly Gilbert Stowell
    Security management 58(9) Sep 2014: 38-42
  • Introducing grooming as 'other acts' evidence / Gabriela D Manero
    APRI update 23(7) 2012: 1-4
  • More than revenge : when intimate images are posted online / Anastasia Powell and Nicola Henry
    The conversation. 20 Oct 2014:[3] p
  • Organizations and cyber crime : an analysis of the nature of groups engaged in cyber crime / Roderic G Broadhurst, Peter Nils Grabosky, Mamoun Alazab and Steve Chon
    International journal of cyber criminology 8(1) Jan/Jun 2014: 1-20
  • 'Spice', 'krypotonite', 'black mamba' : an overview of brand names and marketing strategies of novel psychoactive substances on the web / Ornella Corazza, Giuseppe Valeriani, Franceso Saverio Bersani, John Corkery, Giovanni Martinotti, Giuseppe Bersani and Fabrizio Schifano
    Journal of psychoactive drugs 46(4) Sep/Oct 2014: 287-294