Recommended Online Resources
- This Blog’s Posts About Crime and Technology
- Threat Level Blog @ Wired
- Law & Disorder @ Ars Technica
- Deeplinks @ Electronic Frontier Foundation (often addresses developments in Fourth Amendment law)
- Volokh Conspiracy @ The Washington Post (general law blog; look for Orin Kerr’s posts)
- Popehat (general law-oriented blog; lead blogger Ken White often covers criminal law and copyright enforcement)
- Techdirt. (covering many tech topics, sometimes including criminal justice)
- Sentencing Law and Policy (the leading sentencing blog)
- The Marshall Project (non-profit news organization focused on criminal justice)
- Marc Goodman, Future Crimes: Everything Is Connected, Everyone Is Vulnerable, and What We Can Do About It (2015).
- Benton C. Martin & Jeremiah R. Newhall, Technology and the Guilty Mind: When Do Technology Providers Become Criminal Accomplices?, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (forthcoming 2015).
- Mireille Hildebrandt, Criminal Law and Technology in a Data-Driven Society, in Oxford Handbook of Criminal Law 174-197 (2014) (Eds. Markus D. Dubber and Tatjana Hörnle).
- Nate Anderson, The Internet Police: How Crime Went Online, and the Cops Followed (2013).
- H. Marshall Jarrett & Michael W. Bailie, Office of Legal Education Executive Office for United States Attorneys, Prosecution of Computer Crimes (2010).
- Orin S. Kerr, Applying the Fourth Amendment to the Internet: A General Approach, 62 Stanford Law Review 1005 (2010).
- Orin S. Kerr, Searches and Seizures in a Digital World, 119 Harvard Law Review 531 (2005).