Tag: The Cyber Crime Blogging Prize
Is the state the biggest cyber criminal of all?
The internet is the first thing humanity has built that humanity doesn’t understand
What role does China play in the world’s fight against cyber crime?
A shelter mentality to cyber security
Diagnosis high risk: Why the NHS is a cyber criminal’s dream
Hackers are taking a more sinister approach than most people would care to imagine
Cyber crime: A bigger threat than terrorism?
Cyber attacks given same UK security threat ranking as earthquakes
Is cyber bullying a cyber crime?
The suicide of Amanda Todd shined a light on the issue, now we must act, says Andrew Chan in his shortlisted entry to the BARBRI International Cyber Crime Blogging Prize
Voice-activated advertisements: Should we be worried or are they the next big marketing scheme?
Burger King PR genius or criminal actions? Ryan Gaskell speculates in his shortlisted entry to the BARBRI International Cyber Crime Blogging Prize Competition
It’s time to take the power away from cyber criminals
Most cyber crime victims don't even know they're cyber crime victims, says Marina Perry in her shortlisted entry to the BARBRI International Cyber Crime Blogging Prize Competition
IT illiteracy and government: how legislators never understood computers
Andras Kirkman-Kovacs, runner-up in the BARBRI International Cyber Crime Blogging Prize Competition, says the government has its work cut out
Prioritise intent, not effects: A nuanced approach to DDoS cyber attacks and free speech
LSE student Izaan Khan sets out his vision for the future of cyber crime law -- in the winning entry of the BARBRI Cyber Crime Blogging Prize
LSE law second year wins the BARBRI International Cyber Crime Blogging Prize
Izaan Khan edges BPP Law School graduate to win return transatlantic flight
Competition: The Cyber Crime Blogging Prize
2017 Legal Cheek Journal competition opens -- with return transatlantic flights for the winner