TONIGHT - Monday 2 August - Cybercrime: Electronic Evidence – Presenting the Intangible

Fri Jul 16 2010

Cyber crime generally refers to criminal activity where a computer or network (internet) is the source, tool, target, or place of a crime. Electronic evidence is anything that can be used and stored on a computer. Electronic evidence, unlike paper or physical evidence, is easier to tamper with or destroy. More and more criminal and civil matters have an electronic evidence component. It is critical lawyers understand the intricacies of presenting and defending such evidence. Nigel Phair (Australian High Tech Crime Centre, Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention) will present this seminar, and Nick Cowdery AM QC will chair the event. For full details, download a flyer.

2 August 2010

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