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Defining Cybersecurity Law

INTRODUCTION In “Defining Cybersecurity Law”, by Jeff Kosseff, the author appears to be more concerned with improving cybersecurity law than he is with defining it. In this paper, I will give a brief summary and critique of the four substantive sections of this article. I will end with a brief mention of aspects of cybersecurity […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2373 Topics: Computer Security, Cyber Security, National Security, Policy, Privacy, Security

War on Terrorism Yvonne Morales Saint Leo University Abstract

The war on terror shows that the criminal justice system faces many ethical hurdles when it comes to terrorism and counterterrorism.  Professionals in this specialty will face many decisions that will test their moral values that can consist of citizens security, freedom, privacy, and even their human rights. Ethical decision making plays a vital role […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1701 Topics: National Security, Policy, Terrorism
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Cyber Security Threats on the State Level

This paper examines two notable events of cyber warfare and security in our current age (the Stuxnet attack on centrifuges, and the Petya ransomware affecting citizens and governmental agencies), as well as examines how these attacks shape foreign and domestic policies and procedures. By examining the extent of the damage of these two attacks, I […]

Pages: 7 Words: 1988 Topics: Computer Security, Crime Prevention, Cyber Security, Cyberspace, Information Technology, National Security, Policy, Security

Police Body Cameras Friend or Foe

From online systems to cell phones, citizens are connected via technology twenty-four hours a day. The nation’s dependence on technology such as cell phones has impacted all aspects of life including police departments. Technological advancements have provided tools to assist police departments in addressing current situations. One case where this technology would have been beneficial […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1557 Topics: Crime, Criminal Justice, Criminal Law, Justice, Law Enforcement, National Security, Policy, Should Police Officers Wear Body Cameras, Social Issues

A Problem of Cyber Terrorism

Since the inception of the internet, our world has become more and more connected than ever before. Many companies have moved from a paper focused system to a virtual world of computers that allows their reach to international customers. The internet has opened the doors by given us the ability to freely share information among […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1719 Topics: National Security, Policy, Security, Terrorism

What is Counter Terrorism?

Unfortunately, the provisions of the new act, the U.S.A. FREEDOM Act fail to address a lot of the remaining and pressing problems of the privacy rights fight nowadays. It did replace the U.S.A. PATRIOT Act; however, it certainly does not solve the problems present in it. This is clearly being represent in the EU reaction […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1231 Topics: European Union, Human Rights, Justice, National Security, Policy, Privacy, Social Issues, Terrorism

Usage of Drones in US

Can the U.S. utilize drones in targeted killing and still remain in compliance with International humanitarian law? A study by the US university Stanford, New York titled “Living under Drones” concludes that between 2004 and 2012 alone in Pakistan, between 2500 and 3000 people were killed by drone strikes, including around 470 to 880 civilians, […]

Pages: 3 Words: 757 Topics: Drones, Human Rights, International Relations, Justice, National Security, Policy, Social Issues, War

Police Brutality – Misconduct and Shootings

Abstract In the United States, Police brutality has been a source of concern for many years. Police officers have been known to use excessive and unnecessary force on innocent and unarmed civilians. There have been numerous instances of police officers killing civilians when such force was unwarranted. It is important to look at how police […]

Pages: 10 Words: 2928 Topics: Crime, Criminal Justice, Criminal Law, Justice, Law Enforcement, National Security, Police Brutality, Policy, Social Issues

Can Terrorism Ever be Justified?

Terrorism-noun, the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims. Terrorism is not acceptable, no matter what you are trying to prove, politically or religiously. Terrorism usually is used by extremists of a religion and those who wants to spread hate. Terrorism philosophy goes, “One’s terrorist is another’s […]

Pages: 1 Words: 292 Topics: National Security, Policy, Social Issues, Terrorism, Violence

An Issue of Terrorism and Counter Terrorism

Terrorism can never be justified is an act of violence that relies on psychological effects of fear, shock, horror, and outrage although it produces a great deal of physical harm as well, used to promote an individuals or groups agenda that is usually political, religious, or nationalism. Terrorists direct their violence towards civilians killing many […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1235 Topics: Justice, National Security, Patriot Act, Policy, Social Issues, Terrorism, Violence
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