Prevention and fight against cybercrime: the ILLbuster project

Roberta Casiraghi, Andrea Rossetti, Giuseppe Vaciago, Stefano Ricci, Edoardo Colzani

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The ILLBuster software (potentially useful tool available to the police for the fight against informative crime) must be framed within the principles and coordinates that can be deduced from our legal system, noting its belonging to the so-called "mixed-purpose" activity, since the activity connected to it develops before the onset of a crime report but produces its effects well beyond this moment, which acts as a watershed between the administrative activity and the investigative activity. Precisely because of this second prerogative, it was necessary to analyze in detail the procedural discipline of digital evidence, with particular regard to the innovations introduced by l. 18 March 2008 n. 48, which ratified and implemented the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime signed in Budapest on November 23, 2001. Finally, an attempt was made to frame the data learned with the ILLBuster activity within the catalog evidentiary, focusing on the notion of document (IT)
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)155-192
Number of pages38
JournalCIBERSPAZIO E DIRITTO
Volume2015
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • Attività amministrativa e attività d’indagine penale
  • Digital evidence
  • Evidence
  • Prova
  • Prova infomatica
  • administrative activity and criminal investigative activity

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