Opinion: The birth of cyber-courts
Jeremy Barnett reports on a conference on cyber-crime that was recently held at Courtroom 21, the US' prototype cyber-court
Courtroom 21, the prototype cyber-court at William and Mary College of Law in the US, was recently host to a joint conference on cyber-crime. The conference was based on a mock trial before US District Court Judge Susan Bucklew from Florida and concerned the prosecution of a commercial ‘hacking’ attack on a commercial company.
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