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Course syllabus in pdf and Word formats. (Does not reflect changes made below)
Class Presentation and Response Calendar [word] [web]
Changes to Syllabus
Please take note of the following changes to the syllabus:
For Week 12, Monday, November 27, 2006, the number of assigned pages has been greatly reduced. The new assignment is:
For Week 11, Monday, November 13, 2006, stop reading at page 566, before the section entitled, "Use of FISA Evidence in Criminal Cases." The new assignment is: 544-566 and Supplemental Reading (below).
For Week 9, Monday, October 30, 2006, skip the section on "The Computer Trespasser Exception" (412-416). The new assignment is: 380-412; 416-428.
For Week 8, Monday, October 23, 2006, stop reading at page 372, before the section entitled, "The Subpoena Standard." The new assignment is: 332-372.
For Week 7, Monday, October 16, 2006, the number of assigned pages has been greatly reduced. The new assignment is:
- Monday, 11/27/06: Intro to Chapter 7 and Part A (457); Federal Power: Substantive Statutory Limits (463-73); Note 5 (485-86); International Computer Crime: U.S. Substantive Law (496-504); Article by Michael Sussmann and Notes Following (522-29); Goldsmith and Wu, Chapters 5 and 10.
For Week 6, Monday, October 9, 2006, report to the Engineering Center, Room ECEE 283. Here are Directions and Maps
For Week 4, Monday, September 25, 2006, the number of assigned pages has been greatly reduced. The new assignment is:
- Monday, 10/16/06: Intro to Chapter Five (251-252); Government Action (252-259); Searches and US v. David (259-262; skip notes); Consent Exception (273-284); Intro to Searching With a Warrant (297-299); Plain View (322-332).
- Monday, 9/25/06: Intro to Chapter Three (105); True Threats (Start at horizontal line one-third of way down page 150; Read Carmichael to 156; skip notes following); U.S. v. Tucker (191-197); Free Speech Coalition (197-202); Poehlman (209-219)
Monday, November 13, 2006: For Week Eleven's reading (National Security) (Read All Four Documents):
Monday, October 30, 2006: For Week Nine's reading (Wiretap and Pen Register Statutes), you may find it useful to cross reference this Statutory Supplement.
Monday, October 9, 2006: Week Six (Lab Day) (Read All Three Articles):
- James Risen and Eric Lichtblau, Bush Lets U.S. Spy on Callers Without Courts, N.Y. Times (Dec. 16, 2005) [pdf] (6 pages)
- U.S. Department of Justice, Letter to Congress Defending NSA Program (Dec. 22, 2005) [pdf] (5 pages)
- Letter to Congress from Fourteen Constitutional Law Scholars (Jan. 9, 2006) [pdf] (11 pages)
- ACLU v. NSA (E.D. Mich. Aug. 17, 2006) (skip Parts II, III, IV, VII, and IX) [pdf] (15 pages assigned)
Monday, September 18, 2006: Week Three (Read All Four Articles):
- Jamie Morris, Forensics on the Windows Platform, Part Two, Security Focus (Feb. 11, 2003) [pdf] [web] (about Four printed pages).
- Simson Garfinkel, Network Forensics: Tapping the Internet, The O'Reilly Network (Apr. 26, 2002) [pdf] [web] (about Four printed pages).
- Excerpts from "The Hack Faq" [word] [pdf] (17 Sparse pages). Original document available here.
Monday, August 28, 2006: Week One: [MS Word] [pdf]
- Business School Hack (News Summary / Legal Analysis) pdf web
- Business School Hack (Technical Details) pdf web
- WiFi Florida Arrest pdf web
- WiFi Legality FAQ pdf web
Other Class Materials
From October 23, 2006 Class: Powerpoint with screenshots of Encase forensics software. (Pardon the intentionally ridiculous background.
From October 23, 2006 Class: Application for Warrant to search computers in local wifi-related case.
Class Mind Maps
Here are PDF versions of the Class Mind Maps used in class:
Class Thirteen: No maps.
Class Twelve: November 27
Class Eleven: November 13
Class Ten: November 6
Class Nine: October 30
Class Eight: October 23
Class Seven: October 16
Class Five: October 2
Class Four: September 25
Class Three: September 18
Class Two: September 11
Class One: August 28
Class podcast center/blog (password protected: Username is "student")
(Remember -- All students must review all student responses, which are posted by Sunday at Noon).
How to Record and Post Podcasts
How to Submit Posts to the Class Blog