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Cybercrime Review has been recognized by Avvo as one of the Top 150 Legal Blogs and was selected in 2012 for permanent archiving by the Library of Congress. The blog has attracted a diverse audience (with visits from over 180 countries) and is approaching 220,000 pageviews since its inception.
Cybercrime Review’s posts have been cited by multiple media outlets, including: The Huffington Post, CSOOnline, Infoworld, The Wall Street Journal Law Blog, The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Business Insider, The Volokh Conspiracy, and Digital Forensic Investigator News. The blog is also recommended reading for classes at Harvard Law School and the UC Berkeley, School of Law.
In December, 2013, the blog received its first cite by the judiciary; in In re D.O. __ N.W.2d __ (N.D. 2013), the North Dakota Supreme Court cited a post by Jeffrey Brown on cell tower dumps.
Additionally, individual posts have been cited by the following law review articles:
Amber Pruitt, An Argument for Child Pornography Victim Restitution in the Ninth Circuit: United States v. Kennedy, 43 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 105 (2013).
Stephen E. Henderson, Real-time and Historic Location Surveillance After United States v. Jones: An Administrable, Mildly Mosaic Approach, 103 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 803 (2013).
The Honorable Brian L. Owsley, The Fourth Amendment Implications of the Government’s Use of Cell Tower Dumps in its Electronic Surveillance, 16 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1 (2013).
For over a decade, Jeffrey has worked in the web design industry. From that experience and through work at the National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law (NCJRL) and the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), he has learned a great deal about the ever-evolving field of cybercrime. Additionally, Jeffrey founded this blog, which focuses on recent cybercrime cases and developing technology.
Jeffrey is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Law. His particular areas of skill and interest include research, curriculum development, presentation, and professional publication. He licensed to practice law in the state of Maryland and works in Washington, DC.
Justin P. Webb
Co-Owner, Editor, Author
Justin joined Cybercrime Review in April of 2012 and became a co-owner in late 2012. He recently graduated (December 15, 2013) from Marquette University Law School.
In addition to being a law student, Justin works full-time as the Information Security Officer for Marquette University; he holds GIAC certifications in computer forensics (GCFA), incident response (GCIH), web defense (GWEB), and penetration testing (GPEN). Justin received his B.S. in 2003 from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
During law school, Justin interned on the Seventh Circuit with the Honorable Diane S. Sykes, on the Wisconsin Supreme Court with Justice Ann Walsh Bradley, and was twice elected Technology Editor of the Marquette University Law Review (Volumes 95 & 96). Justin’s note analyzing GPS tracking and the D.C. Circuit’s decision in United States v. Maynard (aff’d sub nom United States v. Jones) was published in the Marquette University Law Review in Winter 2011-2012; his note was recently cited by the Wisconsin Attorney General in a brief to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.