Since 1964 I have been involved with information security, digital forensics and cyberscience. This led inevitably to the study of the law and its interaction with things cyber. I have taught digital forensics, cybercrime & cyberlaw, and cyber criminalistics . All of that is what this ever-evolving site is about.
This page contains links to papers - my own and others - on cyberspace and the impact of the law on it currently. This is a foundational page and it explores the current state of the practice usually referred to as "cyberlaw".
Here, we take a deep breath and dive into the future, although one could argue that in many respects the future is now. There are links to foundational papers on machine learning, deep learning, neural networks and other areas considered part of AI. We will be concerned with the challenges that these emerging technologies bring to the legal community.
Here you will find a brief bio and a not-so-brief CV. I try to keep them current but I don't usually succeed. The easy way to describe my life could best be as “Curiouser and curiouser!” (Thank you, Mr. Dodgson - AKA, Lewis Carroll)
On this page you will find information in some detail about university-level courses that I teach along with various curricula and syllabi. I will update each time I add a new course or update an existing one.
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