Former Stanford wrestler arrested for attacking woman, 80 In her apparently all-but-ignored statement, the victim described how the attack left her emotionally scarred.“My independence, natural joy, gentleness, and steady lifestyle I had been enjoying became distorted beyond recognition.
Data retention was seen as part of a package of controls, which the FBI had first advanced in about 1992 as being necessary to fight crime on the new “information highway” as we called it back in the early days of the Internet.
Throughout the nineties, Internet activists, technical experts, and private companies had rallied to fight the imposition of controls on cryptography, including key escrow schemes, where the government would hold a copy of all cryptographic keys in order that they might more easily investigate criminal activity and evidence.
Simultaneously, and led by players in the Lyons group, the Council of Europe started drafting a Convention on Cybercrime .
This convention, which was first presented for public view in 2000, incorporated a new array of surveillance techniques which law enforcement agencies considered were necessary to fight “cybercrime”. The final version of this Convention, passed in November 2001 after the events of 911, does not define the term.
Title 2 - Computer-related offences [forgery and fraud]. Title 4 - Offences related to infringements of copyrigh and related rights.
Title 5 - Ancillary liability and sanctions [aiding and abetting, corporate liability].Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner guilty of rape The three-time All-American high school swimmer from Dayton, Ohio, withdrew from Stanford after his arrest.The word cybercrime was coined in the late 90s, as the Internet spread across North America.This standoff over the export of cryptography continued for several years, because it was a classic no-win situation: It was certainly true that if a white collar crime, for instance, could be completely hidden by an individual using strong unbreakable cryptography, it was equally true that a company needed to protect itself from industrial espionage and criminal tampering with its own records by using the same strong crypto.Eventually the Clipper chip died, and the United States and the other G8 countries softened their cryptography controls, at about the same time as the Cybercrime Treaty emerged. A former Stanford University swimmer who got a slap on the wrist for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman last year is in desperate need of a role model after his dad asked a judge not to put his son in prison over “20 minutes of action.” Brock Turner, 22, was sentenced last week to six months in a county jail after a jury found him guilty in March of three felony sexual assault charges involving an unconscious woman outside a campus fraternity party.