Explain the Intent and Fundamental Concepts of Search and Seizure Law as It Applies to Digital Crime
This work discusses the rise of digital evidence, unique challenges, and the results of a workshop held to prioritize needs in digital evidence processing. While digital evidence exploitation is a relatively new tool for law enforcement investigations, law enforcement relies extensively on digital evidence for important information about both victims and suspects.
Therefore for digital crime to be tackled effectively all digital systems users should be involved.
Some countries recommended that a new international legal instrument on cybercrime should be developed. Other countries recommended that harmonization of legislation could be promoted through the development of international model legal provisions at the United Nations level.
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