Criminal Law and Digital Technologies: An Institutional Approach to Rule Creation in a Rapidly Advancing and Complex Setting

  • Colton Fehr

Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University, School of Criminology. I wish to thank Steven Penney, James Stribopoulos, Eric Adams, and the external reviewers for their comments on earlier drafts of this article.

Citation: (2019) 65:1 McGill LJ 67

Référence : (2019) 65:1 RD McGill 67

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Cover of Volume 65, Number 1, September 2019, pp. 1-151, McGill Law Journal / Revue de droit de McGill