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Using Digital Technologies to Combat Human Trafficking: Privacy Implications

Gerry, Felicity, Muraszkiewicz, Julia and Vavoula, Niovi (2016). Using Digital Technologies to Combat Human Trafficking: Privacy Implications. In Cronin, Nora M. and Ellis, Kimberly A.(Ed.), . Tucson, Arizona: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Compnay, Inc.. (pp. 111-133).

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Author Gerry, Felicity
Muraszkiewicz, Julia
Vavoula, Niovi
Title of Chapter Using Digital Technologies to Combat Human Trafficking: Privacy Implications
Place of Publication Tucson, Arizona
Publisher Lawyers & Judges Publishing Compnay, Inc.
Publication Year 2016
Editor Cronin, Nora M.
Ellis, Kimberly A.
ISBN 978-1-936360-22-2   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Chapter Number 5
Start Page 111
End Page 133
Total Pages 23
Field of Research 390106 Criminal Law
Description for Link Link to publisher site
URL https://www.lawyersandjudges.com/products/human-trafficking?variant=34577575814
 
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