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    Sep 27, 2022  
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CJ 3620 - Introduction to Cyber Policy Issues for Criminal Justice Professionals

3 Credits (Minimum) 3 Credits (Maximum)

Who should regulate the internet? Who should govern speech in cyberspace? This non-technical course will explore contemporary legal issues involving computers, the internet, and related technologies. This course will focus on net neutrality, free speech, privacy, intellectual property, and cyber torts, such as defamation and negligence. Finally, this course will explore the regulatory framework governing cyberspace, including principles of federalism and the role of administrative agencies, courts, legislatures, the executive branch, private industry, and computer users. Prer. Sophomore Standing and CJ 2052.



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