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P300 1/14/10- First Class Cyberspace and Criminal Behavior Operation Fairplay  Basic Questions 1. What is the Internet and how does it work? 2. How can someone commit crimes with it? 3. What digital evidence does this create? 4. What are the policy implications? 5. What are the societal implications? 6. How do different generations react to the internet and technology? 7. What is computer forensic triage? Edmond Locard’s Exchange Principle Anyone, or anything, entering or leaving a crime scene takes something of the  scene with them, and leaves something of themselves behind when they leave. 1. Traditional Examples Fingerprints, Footprints, bodily fluids, hair, fibers, tool marks, paint, broken glass 2. Modern Examples      DNA, Touch DNA Applying Locard’s Principle to Computer Evidence - Which computer functions create useful evidence? Server Records of One Actual AOL User
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  • Winter '09
  • DeBrota
  • digital evidence, Edmond Locard, exchange principle, incriminating data file, Behavior Operation Fairplay

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