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Update Archives

2012

 

Volume 6, Number 3
"Will You Be My Friend?"
Ethical Concerns for Prosecutors and Social Media go to link

Volume 6, Number 2
Behind the Net:
Technology and the Forensic Interview go to link

Volume 6 Number 1
Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Networks and Child Pornography: Possession or Dissemination? Charging Decisions and Other Issues go to link

2010

 

Volume 5 Number 1
What Every Prosecutor Should Know About
Peer-to-Peer Investigations go to link

2007

Volume 4 Number 2
Ethical Considerations in Undercover Online Investigations (Part II of II) go to link

Volume 4 Number 1
Ethical Considerations in Undercover Online Investigations (Part I of II) go to link

2006

Volume 3 Number 2
Electronic Luring Statutes Under Fire Part II:
Court Responses to Notable Defenses (Part II of II) go to link

Volume 3 Number 1
Electronic Luring Statutes Under Fire Part I:
How the Courts have Responded to Constitutional Challenges to Electronic Luring Statutes (Part I of II) go to link

2005

Volume 2 Number 2
The Evolution of Electronic Luring Statutes:
Current and Future Trends go to link

Volume 2 Number 1
Boys in the Basement: Male Victims of
Commercial Sexual Exploitation go to link

2004

Volume 1 Number 4
Protecting Children from Child Pornography and the Internet: Where Are We Now? go to link

Volume 1 Number 3
From Fantasy to Reality: The Link Between Viewing Child Pornography and Molesting Children go to link

Volume 1 Number 2
Methods of Proof: The 'Real Child' Issue in Child Pornography Cases go to link

Volume 1 Number 1
Steganography: Implications for the Prosecutor and Computer Forensics Examiner go to link

 

 

 

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