Bloomberg BNA Privacy & Data Security Law Resource Center
The Privacy & Data Security Law Resource Center offers authoritative, in-depth, and practice-oriented news, legal analysis, and practice tools addressing important issues in privacy and information security, in combination with full text of the statutes, regulations, agency documents and case law that privacy lawyers need in daily practice. Practitioner-authored treatises, BNA Insights articles, and checklists and forms offer practical, in-depth analysis. State information includes full text of state privacy and information security statutes, easily accessed with a series of interactive maps.
Cybercrime and Security - provides discussion and primary source materials (international conventions, national legislation, judicial cases, and industry case studies) pertaining to various types of cybercrimes and national security issues. Coverage includes forensics and electronic evidence, emerging trends in computer crime, international and transnational approaches to cybersecurity, and national legislation from numerous countries.
International Encyclopaedia of Laws: Cyber Law - Analysis by country.
Practical Law: Country Q&A Comparison Tool
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Although there is a lot of overlap on Lexis and Westlaw, you will find some articles unique to one database or the other. By searching both Lexis and Westlaw you will cover most of the law review articles written since the mid- 1990s. If you have a citation to an law review article that is not on Westlaw or Lexis (and is older than the last year or two), you will probably be able to print a PDF version of the article from HeinOnline . For working papers, unpublished research, and recently published articles the Legal Scholarship Network is a good resource.
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You can search a large number of law and social science journals using Google Scholar . Oftentimes, you can get access to the full-text, but not always.