Summary of John P. Carlin & Garrett M. Graff's Dawn of the Code War

Autor: . Everest
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Summary of John P. Carlin & Garrett M. Graff's Dawn of the Code War

Summary of John P. Carlin & Garrett M. Graff's Dawn of the Code War

Autor: . Everest
ISBN
ac4baff3-8436-329b-afbd-20014f4229f3
pPlease note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 I first became involved with prosecuting computer crimes in 2004, when I helped prosecute the first peer-to-peer file-sharing case, known as Operation Digital Gridlock. The case proved to be a success, and the government began focusing more resources on computer crimes. #2 The Recording Industrys lawsuits against downloaders were not working, so they went after the kingpins of file sharing. They were convicted of federal felony copyright piracy, and the cases were considered successes. #3 The Justice Department was a long-standing dream of mine. I had always wanted to serve in government, and specifically to try cases in courtrooms as a prosecutor. But like many of the prosecutors and FBI agents who joined the government in the 1990s, I did not consider cybercrime to be my area of expertise. #4 I wanted to be a prosecutor because I felt that defending the rule of law was the cornerstone of American history. I grew up in New York City during an era when crime appeared rampant and maybe intractable, and I wanted to help fix that./p
  • Categoría BISAC COM060040
  • Formato Ebook
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Año 2022
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