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What are cybercrime, cybersecurity, and data privacy?
This research guide aims to provide a list of resources that are available for the study of issues related to cybercrime, cybersecurity, and data privacy. It includes secondary and primary legal sources at the federal and state level, as well as non-legal resources published by academic institutions and advocacy organizations. As issues related to cybercrime are also of international concern, this guide identifies and links to material published by international and non-governmental institutions. The resources described in this guide are a mixture of materials: some available in the William M. Rains Library collection here at Loyola Law School and some that that are freely available on the internet.
This research guide is designed to support students in the Master of Science in Legal Studies program at Loyola Law School who are specializing in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy.
For further research on cybercrime and related cyberlaw issues, consult the following legal research guides: