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  This module is a resource for lecturers  

 

Possible class structure

 

The following is a recommended structure for the class. Students should complete the required readings before coming to class. The lecture is meant to reinforce what they learned in the readings and the exercises are designed to apply what they learned in the readings and the lecture. The following breakdown is designed for a three-hour class. Lecturers can adapt the structure based on their needs and class times.

Introduction and learning outcomes

Lecture  (10 minutes):

  • Provide a brief introduction to the class and its contents
  • Identify and discuss the learning outcomes of the class
 

Sovereignty and jurisdiction

Lecture  (20 minutes):

  • Describe and differentiate between sovereignty and jurisdiction, and apply them to cybercrime

Exercise discussion  (20 minutes):

Use the questions in "Exercise # 1 - Territorial Sovereignty and Cybercrime" to facilitate a discussion on the topic. [Note: Students should complete this exercise before class and be prepared to discuss their findings in class].

 

Formal mechanisms of international cooperation

Lecture  (20 minutes):

  • Compare, contrast, and appraise various formal international cooperation mechanisms

Class exercise  (20 minutes):

Have students complete "Homework # 1 ~ Group Exercise: Factors Facilitating International Cooperation and Formal International Cooperation Mechanisms" before class and have them discuss their findings during the lecture.

 

Break

Time:  10 minutes

 

Informal mechanisms of international cooperation

Lecture  (15minutes):

  • Evaluate informal international cooperation mechanisms
  • Discuss and compare data retention, preservation, and access practices between countries
 

Data retention, preservation and access

Lecture  (15 minutes):

  • Discuss data retention, preservation, and access practices between countries

[ Optional: Have students complete "Exercise # 3: Data Access and Legal Orders" before class and have them discuss their findings during the lecture].

 

Challenges relating to extraterritorial evidence

Lecture  (15minutes):

  • Identify and assess challenges relating to extraterritorial evidence
 

National capacity and international cooperation

Lecture  (15minutes):

  • Discuss the deficit in national capacity to conduct cybercrime investigations and its impact on international cooperation

Exercise discussion  (20 minutes):

Use the questions in "Exercise # 2 - International Organisations and International Cooperation" to facilitate a discussion on the topic. [Note: Students should complete this exercise before class and be prepared to discuss their findings in class].

 
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