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SFUCRIM 414georgeweirSpring

[CRIM 414] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (66 pages long)

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Any illegal activity that depends for its execution on computers, computer-based devices or computer networks. Computer based crime: criminal activity
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SFUCRIM 332Nicole MyersSummer

[CRIM 332] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (73 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Law is everywhere more than courts, judges, at work/home, touches every aspect of our lives. Shapes our worldview influence what we view as right / wro
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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

[CRIM 335] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (102 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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In western democracies, human rights and civil liberties are an important. But a tension exists between the rights and freedoms held by individuals and
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SFUCRIM 402Gail AndersonSummer

[CRIM 402] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 54 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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**many behaviour that has a biological basis can be treated / changed. These examples show that dna does not necessarily mean destiny. Serotonin a subs
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SFUEDUC 446Wanda CassidySummer

[EDUC 446] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (59 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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People might want to settle differences outside court eg businesses seek private adjudication. Interest-based approach = focus on the problem itself: m
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SFUCRIM 321Jaqueline FaubertSpring

CRIM 321 Study Guide - Final Guide: Acronym, Jargon, Microanalysis

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Reflexivity: strive to be as neutral or objective as possible, reflect on role and the influence of own beliefs and behaviors, reflect on potential bia
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SFUCRIM 414georgeweirSpring

CRIM 414 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Semantic Web, Linkedin, Domain Knowledge

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Information available in the public domain (usually refers to online information ) Such data is not widely accessible without authorization = closed so
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SFUCRIM 414georgeweirSpring

CRIM 414 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Brute-Force Attack, Plaintext, Agent Handling

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Any illegal activity that depends for its execution on computers, computer-based devices or computer networks. Computer based crime: criminal activity
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SFUCRIM 414georgeweirSpring

CRIM 414 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Duckduckgo, Proxy Server, Identifiability

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9 Sep 2016
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Many internet users assume that their identity can be readily obscured: don"t make obvious who you are and no one can tell . Consider the ring of gyges
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SFUCRIM 414georgeweirSpring

CRIM 414 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Security Account Manager, Anomaly Detection, Computer Security

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9 Sep 2016
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Other practical constraints - eg limited resources. Limited window of opportunity to collection of potential digital evidence. Acquisition of informati
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SFUCRIM 414georgeweirSpring

CRIM 414 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Crimeware, Caller Id, Victor Lustig

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SFUCRIM 414georgeweirSpring

CRIM 414 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act, Scale-Invariant Feature Transform, Standard Operating Procedure

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9 Sep 2016
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Most of the digital evidence (that are referred to in a case) that can be recovered will be stored on some form of storage media: hard disks (including
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SFUCRIM 414georgeweirSpring

CRIM 414 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Plain Text, Data Encryption Standard, Email Encryption

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9 Sep 2016
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Web sites (even web browsers) are a common target. Make a political point(hacktivism: exploit web server vulnerability as a means to steal other inform
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SFUCRIM 414georgeweirSpring

CRIM 414 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Plausible Deniability, Edward Snowden, Brown Corpus

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Provide easy access to a wealth of open access information. Such systems use extensive indices (index pl. ) that point to web content by its location (
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SFUCRIM 414georgeweirSpring

CRIM 414 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Data Analysis, Yield Management, Extortion

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9 Sep 2016
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The increased use of networked devices reflects an associated growth in networking infrastructure. Synchronous (live) interaction = possible through au
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SFUCRIM 332Nicole MyersSummer

CRIM 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Summary Offence, Condom, Robert Pickton

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7 Sep 2016
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SFUCRIM 332Nicole MyersSummer

CRIM 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Dangerous Offender, Gay Liberation, Medicalization

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7 Sep 2016
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This week we discuss the shifting recognition and protection of gay rights. Parallels are drawn between the regulation of abortion and the regulation o
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SFUCRIM 332Nicole MyersSummer

CRIM 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sexual Orientation, Aggressive Panhandling, Anger Management

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7 Sep 2016
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This week we look at how the law has been used to regulate poverty and homelessness. By regulating access to public space the safe streets act has been
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SFUCRIM 332Nicole MyersSummer

CRIM 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: 2015 Fifa Women'S World Cup, Therapeutic Abortion Committee, Medicalization

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SFUCRIM 332Nicole MyersSummer

CRIM 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Premiership Of Stephen Harper, Harm Reduction, Victimless Crime

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How has the discourse on harm, safety, and public health been used to frame legal and rights issues around drug control. In 2014: 24,000 people were ch
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SFUCRIM 332Nicole MyersSummer

CRIM 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Equal Protection Clause, Divine Law, Legal Doctrine

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7 Sep 2016
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Law is everywhere more than courts, judges, at work/home, touches every aspect of our lives. Shapes our worldview influence what we view as right / wro
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SFUCRIM 332Nicole MyersSummer

CRIM 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Fundamental Justice, Rectal Examination, Affirmative Action

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7 Sep 2016
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Week 4 ca(cid:374)adia(cid:374) charter of rights a(cid:374)d freedo(cid:373)s. We will discuss the importance of the charter and how its entrenchment
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SFUCRIM 332Nicole MyersSummer

CRIM 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Reproductive Rights, Shared Experience, Reverse Discrimination

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7 Sep 2016
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Week (cid:1007): co(cid:374)te(cid:373)porary legal theory (cid:894)(cid:1006)0th ce(cid:374)tury + (cid:895) Think about the different ways these pers
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SFUCRIM 332Nicole MyersSummer

CRIM 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Treatment As Prevention, Condom, Sexually Transmitted Infection

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7 Sep 2016
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This week we examine the way the law has been used to regulate the disclosure of hiv status in sexual relationships. With the risks of transmission in
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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Concurrent Jurisdiction, Patriation Reference, Law Society

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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Bmw M52, Good Governance, Quo Warranto

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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Orthodox Judaism, Sukkot, Blood Transfusion

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Conscientious beliefs which are not religiously motivated. Views based on strongly held moral ideas of right and wrong, not necessarily founded on reli
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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jeremy Bentham, John Diefenbaker, Public Space

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In western democracies, human rights and civil liberties are an important. But a tension exists between the rights and freedoms held by individuals and
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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ultra Vires, Bsc Young Boys, Tobacco Advertising

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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Criminal Negligence, Psychopathy, List Of Civilisations In The Culture Series

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7 Sep 2016
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Unit 5 - cruel a(cid:374)d u(cid:374)usual treat(cid:373)e(cid:374)t or pu(cid:374)ish(cid:373)e(cid:374)t. Section 12: everyone has the right not to b
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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Unemployment Insurance Act 1920, Reverse Discrimination, Canadian Human Rights Commission

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7 Sep 2016
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Early equality jurisprudence reflected a separate but equal doctrine. This formalistic approach to equality allowed racial segregation to continue for
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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-3: Equal Protection Clause, John Stuart Mill, Supremacy Clause

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7 Sep 2016
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Judiciary review on federalism grounds has been a feature of the canadian consituttion since the early days of confederation: but tradition of parliame
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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Torstar, Sunday Shopping, Trade Union

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7 Sep 2016
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Must expressly declare the act, operate notwithstanding x section in charter. This declaration will only have be in effect for 5 years (tied to life of
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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fundamental Justice, Peremptory Norm, Innocent Victims

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7 Sep 2016
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Unit 6 - should canada allow torture warrants for the. Canada: justified by need for information, justified by some compelling social good. He argues f
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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Publication Ban, Slaight Communications, Tobacco Advertising

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7 Sep 2016
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Rationale: essential to democratic tradition = people need to have freedom to criticize those who exercise power, public issues need to be freely and o
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SFUCRIM 335David Mac AlisterSummer

CRIM 335 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lifesaving, Zoophilia, Therapeutic Abortion Committee

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7 Sep 2016
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Section 7: everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the pr
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SFUCRIM 402Gail AndersonSummer

CRIM 402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8-9: Monoamine Oxidase B, Conduct Disorder, Antisocial Personality Disorder

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SFUCRIM 402Gail AndersonSummer

CRIM 402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Carotid Sinus, Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Bradycardia

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7 Sep 2016
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When we look at a variety of body functions, there is also a tremendous amount of information about things that seem to differ between offenders and no
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SFUCRIM 402Gail AndersonSummer

CRIM 402 Chapter 4-5: CRIM 402 Ch4-5 - Genetic Predispositions for Behaviour

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7 Sep 2016
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Dolly the sheep created from a mammery cell that was already differentiated, dedicated to mammary functions: the cell that egg and sperm makes is capab
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SFUCRIM 402Gail AndersonSummer

CRIM 402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Instinct, Habituation, Anti-Social Behaviour

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7 Sep 2016
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**many behaviour that has a biological basis can be treated / changed. These examples show that dna does not necessarily mean destiny. Serotonin a subs
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