WED PANEL: Crime on the Internet

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August: Crime on the Internet
Date: Sept 10, 1997
Time: 7:00-9:00pm
Location: MIT
Building E51 Room 151
70 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA

Speakers: Jeanne M. Kempthorne --
Stephen P. Heymann --
Toni Dennis --
Tad Demaret --

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The panelists assembled for this talk are
acquainted with crimes and fraudulent activity on the Internet.
They are going to assemble to speak about some of their

Jeanne Kempthorne is the Deputy Chief of the Economic Crimes
Unit in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Jeanne will discuss recent developments in computer crime
and intellectual property legislation.

Stephan Heymann is the Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division
for the United States Attorney's Office for the District of
Massachusetts and one of its two Computer Crimes Coordinators.
Stephan will discuss the first court authorized
electronic surveillance of a computer network that he
conducted. See detailed description below.

Toni Dennis has been a Special Agent with the FBI for fifteen
years. She has been in the Boston Office for the past six years.

Tad Demaret has been in the Boston Division for the past two
years. He is presently investigating computer intrusion matters.

This month's speakers:
Jeanne serves along with Steve, as Computer and telecommunications
Coordinator for the District of Massachusetts, and has been
actively involved in computer crime inverstigations since 1993.
Jeanne has also been involved in criminal intellectual
property cases involving the use of computers, including
United States v. LaMacchia

Steve conducted the first court-authorized electronic surveillance
of a computer network, which resulted in the identification and
charging of a foreign national breaking into U.S. Military and
academic research computer systems from Argentina.

Toni has been the supervisor for the New England Financial
Institution Fraud Task Force and is currently the Supervisor
responsible for Computer Intrusion Investigations.

Tad will have to introduce himself further as his bio was thin.

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