James Paulick, currently pursuing a Juris Doctor decree at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, will be joining us in writing and contributing to this site. James received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Wheeling Jesuit University and his interests include digital evidence reliability in cybercrimes and property rights in virtual words.
We are happy to welcome James onboard and we are looking forward to his contributions.
If you haven’t already done so after the launch of the new design, please update your RSS feed to the new location - it is http://www.cybercrimelaw.org/feed/. The old feed will be discontinued shortly.
It is hard not to notice the new template. Few people asked why I chose black-dominant theme and the answer is - it is appropriate for the state of the Internet at least as far as cybercrime proliferation comes. Almost all meaningful research projects and statistics show that cybercrime is on the rise, that it is more sophisticated and harder to detect, that more people are vulnerable, and that the damages are higher. This is no reason for cheerful theme.
The main transition to the new design is complete. However, please bear with me as I make minor tweaks to the layout to perfect it. You will most likely not notice it, but if you do - my apologies in advance. Comments are, of course, always welcome.