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Cybercrime: December 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

  • Digital forensics to intelligent forensics / Alastair Irons and Harjinder Singh Lallie
    Future internet vol. 6 2014: 584-596
  • Digital revolution, cyber-crimes and cyber legislation : a challenge to governments in developing countries / Ghulam Muhammad Kundi, Allah Nawaz and Robin Akhtar
    Journal of information engineering and applications 4(4) 2014: 61-70
  • Improving the police response to online fraud / Cassandra Cross and Dom Blackshaw
    Policing : a journal of policy and practice. 12 Dec 2014:10 p
  • Legal phantoms in cyberspace : the problematic status of information as a weapon and a target under international humanitarian law / Jack M Beard
    Vanderbilt journal of transnational law vol. 47 2014: 67-114
  • Locating cyberterrorism : how terrorism researchers use and view the cyber lexicon / Lee Jarvis and Stuart Macdonald
    Perspectives on terrorism 8(2) Apr 2014: 52-65
  • New Zealand's proposed extension of media legal privileges to Web 2.0 media / Jonathan Barrett
    Web journal of current legal issues 19(1) 2013: [8] p
  • Preying on lonely hearts is big business / Tim Harvey
    Fraud magazine 29(6) Nov/Dec 2014: 20-21
  • Public attitudes towards penalties for sexting by minors / Carianne Blyth and Lynne D Roberts
    Current issues in criminal justice 26(2) Nov 2014: 143-158
  • Scams target smartphones and utility company customers / Robert E Holtfreter
    Fraud magazine 29(6) Nov/Dec 2014: 58-59
  • Social science helps to tackle organised crime / Anna Sergi
    Jane's intelligence review. Jan 2015:44-47
  • Who's watching / Jeremy Kennett
    About the House no. 47 May 2013: 18-23

Web Sites

  • How to spot and stop a scam : Microsoft imposters / Australian Communications and Media Authority
    http://www.acma.gov.au/Citizen/Stay-protected/My-online-world/Staying-safe-online/how-to-spot-and-stop-a-scamtips-to-outsmart-the-scammers-i-acma