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Publications and online resources
- Bell, Arnold. E. (2007). Investigating International Cybercrimes. Police Chief Magazine, Vol. 74(3).
- Brenner, Susan W. and Bert-Jaap Koops. (2004). Approaches to cybercrime jurisdiction. Journal of High Technology Law, Vol.4(1), 1-46.
- Epping, Volker and C. Gloria. (2004). Der Staat im Völkerrecht. In: Knut Ipsen (ed.). Völkerrecht. 5th ed. Munich: C.H. Beck.
- Europol. (n.d.) Joint Investigation Teams - JITS.
- FBI. (2006). Moroccan Authorities Sentence Two in Zotob Computer Worm Attack.
- INTERPOL. (2017). INTERPOL-led cybercrime operation across ASEAN unites public and private sectors.
- INTERPOL. (n.d.). Red Notices.
- James, Joshua and Pavel Gladyshev. (2016). A survey of mutual legal assistance involving digital evidence. Digital Investigation, Vol. 18, 23-32.
- Maras, Marie-Helen. (2016). Cybercriminology. Oxford University Press.
- Parkin, Simon. (2017). Keyboard warrior: the British hacker fighting for his life. The Guardian, 8 September 2017.
- Sutter, Dan. (2016). Guide to Obtaining Communication Service Provider Evidence from the United States.
- UNODC. (n.d.). SHERLOC: Repository Cybercrime.
- UNODC. (2013). Draft Comprehensive Study on Cybercrime.
- UNODC. (2017). Global Programme on Cybercrime.
- UNODC. (n.d.). Mutual Legal Assistance Request Writer Tool.
- US Department of Justice. (2017). Russian Cyber-Criminal Sentenced to 14 Years in Prison for Role in Organized Cybercrime Ring Responsible for $50 Million in Online Identity Theft and $9 Million Bank Fraud Conspiracy.
- Vogel, Peter. (2018). The Cloud Act's Dramatic Impact on International Privacy Law. National Law Review, 7June 2018.
- Westmoreland, Kate and Kent, Gail. (2015). International Law Enforcement Access to User Data: A Survival Guide and Call for Action. Canadian Journal of Law and Technology, Vol.13(2), 225-254.
- Whiteman, Hilary. (2012). Interpol arrests suspected 'Anonymous' hackers. CNN, 29 February 2012.
- Wrange, Pål. (2017). Intervention in national and private cyberspace and international law. In Ebbesson, Jonas, Marie Jacobsson, Mark Klamberg, David Langlet and Pål Wrange (eds), International Law and Changing Perceptions of Security (pp. 307-326). Brill/Nijhoff.
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- United States v. Microsoft, 584 U.S. (2018).
- African Union. (2014). Convention on Cyber Security and Personal Data Protection.
- Algeria. (2009). Law No. 09-04 of 14 Sha'ban 1430 Corresponding to 5 August 2009 Containing Specific Rules on the Prevention and Fight Against Information Technologies and Communications Crimes.
- Algeria. (1966). Code of Criminal Procedure.
- Botswana. (1990). Extradition Act.
- Caribbean Community (CARICOM). (2008). Arrest Warrant Treaty.
- Commonwealth of Independent States. (2001). Agreement on Cooperation in Combating Offences related to Computer Information.
- Council of Europe. (1957). European Convention on Extradition.
- Council of Europe. (1959). European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters.
- Council of Europe. (2001). Convention on Cybercrime.
- Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). (1992). Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters.
- ECOWAS. (1994). Convention on Extradition.
- European Union. (2002). Council Framework Decision 2002/584/JHA of 13 June 2002 on the European arrest warrant and the surrender procedures between Member States.
- Jamaica. (2015). Cybercrimes Act.
- Kenya. (2018). Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Act.
- League of Arab States. (2010). Arab Convention on Combating Information Technology Offences.
- Malaysia. (1997). Computer Crimes Act.
- Organization of American States (OAS). (1981). Inter-American Convention on Extradition.
- Tanzania. (2015). Cybercrimes Act.
- Turkey. (n.d.). Internet Law 5651.
- United Kingdom. (1986). Public Order Act.
- United Nations. (2003). Convention against Corruption.
- United Nations. (2010). General Assembly Resolution 65/230.
- United Nations, Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. (2013). Resolution 22/7: Strengthening international cooperation to combat cybercrime.
- United Nations, Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. (2013). Resolution 22/8: Promoting technical assistance and capacity-building to strengthen national measures and international cooperation against cybercrime.
- United States. (1986). Stored Communications Act.
- United States. (2018). Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act.