Kerr's 2021 Caselaw and Statutory Supplement to Computer Crime Law, 4th
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This caselaw and statutory supplement brings the fast-moving field of Computer Crime Law up to date, as of August 2020, for use with the 4th edition of Professor Kerr's popular Computer Crime Law casebook. The supplement's coverage includes an explanation of the 2018 CLOUD Act, a discussion of Carpenter v. United States, extensive materials on how the border search exception applies to searching computers, the law of compelled decryption, nonconsensual pornography crimes, the latest cases on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (including hiQ Labs v. LinkedIn and the pending Van Buren case), and circuit splits on applying the private search doctrine to digital evidence. The supplement combines the latest case materials with a full set of the current federal computer crime laws. The field of Computer Crime Law is at the cutting edge, and it changes rapidly. You will want to provide the latest cases and statutes for your Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 courses.