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RE: Cyber Law book recommendation?
From: "John McCracken" <john () mccrackenassociates com>
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2004 12:32:21 -0600

I second the great recommendations made thus far, they're worth reading
several times. There is another good Handbook of Applied Cryptography posted

If you're looking for some good online resources, not necessarily books,
here are some of the many I use:

Federal Rules of Evidence

Christine Siedsma's web site e-evidence.info maintains a great selection of
Legal Reference Material and other good reference material for
legal/forensics issues.

John McCracken

-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Osterwald [mailto:paul () awesometickets net] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2004 4:04 PM
To: 'AgfTech Lists'; security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: RE: Cyber Law book recommendation?

Bruce Schneier - Beyond Fear and Secrets and Lies.  Two excellent books.  He
is the founder and CEO of Counterpane and publishes one of the widest read
infosec newsletters crypto-gram.  He also wrote the excellent book Applied
Cryptography about 10 years ago which details how codes are made and broken.


-----Original Message-----
From: AgfTech Lists [mailto:lists () agftech com] 
Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 09:31
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Re: Cyber Law book recommendation?

I appreciate all the responses. lessing.org might answer what I need, it
seems, after looking at he site. I saw the reviews on amazon, for his
books and look impressive.
Hope to see more recommendations.

On Tue, 2004-02-17 at 00:14, N407ER wrote:
AgfTech Lists wrote:
Hi All 

Can someone suggest a GOOD Cyber Law book?

Thanks in advance.

You were probably looking for something relating to cyber security law, 
but, what the hey, you didn't specify.

Larry Lessig (lessig.org), if you haven't heard of him, is pretty much a 
visionary when it comes to Internet, digital media, and intellectual 
property and culture (as well as other issues like privacy rights and so 
forth). He's a Stanford law professor, founder of Creative Commons, the 
Stanford Cyberlaw Clinic (I believe he founded it, but I could be 
wrong), and so forth.

He's written two books so far (working on a third, I believe). His first 
is _Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace_, which is more or less a basic 
look at the interplay of law and the Internet, and how we interpret laws 
written hundreds of years ago to match new situations. His second, _The 
Future of Ideas_, is more of a personal, opinionated (but, in my 
opinion, very much on-target) look at where all this is going.

Try either one. Especially the second, as it's somewhat less dry.


Aman Raheja
AGF Technologies

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