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Computer Crime - Bibliography

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ALEXANDER, KENT B., and WOOD, KRISTIN L. "The Economic Espionage Act: Setting the Stage for a New Commercial Code of Conduct." Georgia State University Law Review 15 (1999): 907–939.

BAKER, GLENN D. "Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted: Computer Crime in the 1990s." Computer Law Journal 12 (1993): 61–100.

BRANSCOMB, ANNE W. "Rogue Computer Programs and Computer Rogues: Tailoring the Punishment to Fit the Crime." Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 16 (1990): 1–61.

CHARNEY, SCOTT, and ALEXANDER, KENT. "Computer Crime." Emory Law Journal 45 (1996): 931–957.

GOODMAN, MARC D. "Why the Police Don't Care About Computer Crime." Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 10 (1997): 465–495.

HATCHER, MICHAEL; MCDANNELL, JAY; and OSTFELD, STACY. "Computer Crimes." American Criminal Law Review 36 (1999): 397–444.

LEDERMAN, ELI. "Criminal Liability for Breach of Confidential Commercial Information." Emory Law Journal 38 (1989): 921–1004.

NIMMER, RAYMOND T. The Law of Computer Technology, 2d ed. Boston: Warren Gorham Lamont, 1992. Pages 12-1–12-50.

PARKER, DONN B. Fighting Computer Crime. New York: Wiley Computer Publishing, 1998.

PERRITT, HENRY H., JR.; CHARNEY, SCOTT; and MILLER, GREGORY P. "Computer Crimes Now on the Books: What Do We Do from Here?" Temple Law Review 70 (1997): 1199–1226.

PODGOR, ELLEN S., and ISRAEL, JEROLD H. "Computer Crimes." In White Collar Crime in a Nutshell. St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing Co., 1997. Pages 236–242.

RENO, JANET. "Keynote Address by U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno on High Tech and Computer Crime." (Presented before the meeting of the P–8 Senior Experts' Group on Transnational Organized Crime, January 21, 1997, Chantilly, Virginia).

WHITLEY, JOE D., and JORDAN, WILLIAM H. "Computer Crime." In White Collar Crime: Business and Regulatory Offenses. Vol. 2. Edited by Otto G. Obermaier and Robert G. Morvillo. New York: Law Journal Press, 1999. Pages 21-1–21-43.

WISE, EDWARD M. "Computer Crime and Other Crimes Against Information Technology in the United States." In International Review of Criminal Law 64. Toulouse, France: Association Internationale De Droit Penal, 1992. Pages 647–669.

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