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Crimes and Punishments
The Evolution of Cybercrime
How the fight to end water shutoffs in Detroit is connected to the health of the Great Lakes, access to clean water, and the looming global water crisis. by Lara Zielin
Higgledy-piggledy, pell-mell, willy-nilly, helter-skelter, topsyturvy crimes — some with punishments, some without.
If former inmate Randy Taylor is any evidence, LSA alumni and faculty are keeping some prisoners from ending up behind bars again and again.
by J. Robert Lennon
by Rebekah K. Murray
The landscape of virtual crime is morphing faster than you can say “hacker.” Who polices and protects in this brave new world? by Mary Jean Babic
SPRING 2011 / LSA Magazine
Published on May 10, 2011