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    Codifying the Harm of Cybercrime: Injecting zemiology in the US’ Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) and UK’s Computer Misuse Act (CMA)

    Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in Homepage, News, Papers | 0 comments

    Codifying the Harm of Cybercrime: Injecting zemiology in the US’ Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) and UK’s Computer Misuse Act (CMA)

    This work is a brief reflection on the ‘ambiguous nature of harms in Cyberspace’. It seeks to evaluate how harm is coded in cyber-regulations paying particular attention to the political momentum around the UK’s Computer Misuse Act (CMA) and the US’s Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). Its intention is to inject an element of zemiology into political discourse and advance a codification of cybercrime that can maximize cyber-prosecutorial effectiveness and enhance the rule of law through transparency and coherence. Gillian Cafiero...

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    DIMVA 2015 Milano, Italy – July, 9-10

    Posted by on Apr 9, 2015 in Homepage, News | 0 comments

    DIMVA 2015 Milano, Italy – July, 9-10

    Thanks to our great team, Tech and Law Center is proud to collaborate on DIMVA 2015 – 12th Conference on Detection of Intrusions and Malware & Vulnerability Assessment. You can see the program here and register here  More information here www.dimva2015.it Please, feel free to share...

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    DEFTCON 2015, Roma, 17 Aprile

    Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Homepage, News | 0 comments

    DEFTCON 2015, Roma, 17 Aprile

    Tech and Law Center is proud to collaborate again to DEFTCON and to present a panel discussion on robotics and the new challenges for digital forensics

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    David Cameron’s Proposal on New Data Laws: More Risks than Benefits

    Posted by on Mar 24, 2015 in Homepage, News | 0 comments

    David Cameron’s Proposal on New Data Laws: More Risks than Benefits

    Prime Minister David Cameron has been clear with British citizens: if he wins the next elections on 5 May, he will increase public authorities’ power to access content and communications details of online users. “Let me stress again, this cannot happen unless the home secretary personally signs a warrant. We have a better system for safeguarding this very intrusive power than probably any other country I can think. But the question remains are we going to allow a means of communication where it simply isn’t possible to do that and my...

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    Online survey on privacy protection tools in surveillance videos shot with a mini-drone

    Posted by on Mar 19, 2015 in Homepage, News | 0 comments

    Online survey on privacy protection tools in surveillance videos shot with a mini-drone

    We are scientists from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Technische Universität Berlin (TUB), and we are studying the effectiveness of privacy protection tools in surveillance videos shot with a mini-drone. To help us in this research, we ask you to take a 10-minutes anonymous online survey. Accordingly, you will be shown 7 videos with privacy filters applied to them and asked a few privacy-related questions. Simply click on the link below to begin: http://grebvm2.epfl.ch/ethicsdrones/index.php We would very much...

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