Computer abuse is advancing as quickly as computer technology. The laws, however, have yet to address computer harassment to a significant degree. Existing law is insufficient, and current efforts fall short of what is needed. This Comment identifies the need for new law, examines the shortcomings of what has been tried to date, and proposes general concepts for a comprehensive computer harassment law. This Comment concludes with a proposal for specific legislation for the state of Washington.
Notes and Comments,
Taking a Byte Out of Crime: E-Mail Harassment and the Inefficacy of Existing Law,
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