|Course Name||Crime in the Digital Age|
|Course Code||PCS 6167|
|Pre/Anti-requisites||Anti-Requisite: This course is not open to students in the LLM in Criminal Law|
When it comes to digital choices for the future, we should be careful what we ask for. The rogue community is alive and thriving. This course explores scientific, regulatory and constitutional issues associated with technology crime in Canada and internationally. Topics include a critical analysis of the legal, ethical, and public policy debates involving such topics as: hacking, genetic experimentation and transfer, data brokering, securitizing our social selves, roguery on the dark net, best digital evidence, emoji as crime, bias in artificial intelligence, facial recognition, online election rigging, regulating the gig economy, reputational privacy, and cybersecurity compliance. The course will appeal to those interested in privacy and security law, criminal law, biotechnology law, and related disciplines.
|Specialization||Privacy and Cybersecurity|
All courses and schedules are subject to change.