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​CyberLaw I
Date 10/04 – Ver 1.0

CyberLaw I is a web-based training product for DoD lawyers who need to understand the legal and policy issues, both current and emerging, associated with IA and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP.) DoD lawyers will gain an increased ability to recognize and properly analyze legal issues in Cyberspace. The presentation begins with an introduction to the internet. The second module, "Law in Cyberspace," defines computer crime, discusses the First and Fourth Amendments, and presents statutory considerations to be applied during investigations. This module also discusses the four distinct roles or "lanes of the road" pertinent to Computer Network Defense. References are provided throughout the course for lawyers to follow evolving areas of the law in Cyberspace. (Length - 6 hrs)
 
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CyberLaw 2
Date 11/06 - Ver 1.01

This product is the second installment in the DoD CyberLaw training suite of products. This course is designed to aid the DoD attorney in keeping abreast of policies and laws that pertain to cybercrime. This course is divided into three sections. The first section discusses issues relating to investigating crime, including the applicability of the Fourth Amendment, honeypots, honeynets, honeygrids, transborder issues, statutory issues, and online undercover operations. The second section addresses issues related to prosecuting crimes and electronic evidence. The third section of this training product addresses post-trial issues and the disposition of evidence. (Length - 5.5 hrs)
 
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