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Wiretapping and Eavesdropping: Surveillance in the Internet Age provides information and tactics for criminal and civil practitioners in situations where Internet, computer, phone (analog, digital, and cellular), or other monitored and recorded evidence issues arise. Special attention is given to problems commonly arising in matrimonial, employment, and other civil litigation; criminal proceedings; and criminal and civil statutes, penalties, and remedies.
Expert authors present vital information on:
• Obtaining and executing eavesdropping warrants and computer and network search warrants
• Minimization requirements and procedures
• Monitoring and reporting instructions
• Recording identification
• And more
This product also:
• Provides strategies for businesses to develop legally compliant monitoring of employee Web, phone, and computer communications
• Offers sample applications, warrants, orders, network banner language, and more to ensure accuracy and thoroughness
• Includes chapters addressing computer evidence, covering Internet technology, the Fourth Amendment and computers, and federal and state computer legislation
• Offers a quick-reference chapter of all federal legislation potentially applicable to civil and criminal Internet and computer usage
• Features in-depth coverage of all civil and criminal aspects and remedies of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
• Reviews the impact and scope of the USA PATRIOT Act on all electronic surveillance law
• Provides state and federal law citations for quick reference