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Charlotte Conings co-authors newly-published book "Cybercrime 3.0"

Charlotte Conings co-authors newly-published book "Cybercrime 3.0"

Charlotte Conings co-authors newly-published book "Cybercrime 3.0"

15.10.2019 BE law

"Cybercrime 3.0" is a comprehensive handbook for daily use providing answers to practical and specific questions about cybercrime.

The book clarifies the existing IT crimes and all types of legislative instruments for investigations in the virtual environment.

In addition, it examines all the legislative changes that followed the recent cyber legislation of 2016.

"Cybercime 3.0" is published by Politeia and is available in dutch. For more information, please click here.

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