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  1. Arkin, Ronald C. Governing Lethal Behavior in Autonomous Robots. New York: Chapman Hall/CRC, 2009. Print.

Works in a Collection

Journal Articles

  1. Asaro, Peter. "Remote-Control Crimes: Roboethics and Legal Jurisdictions of Tele-Agency." IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine 18.1 (2011): 68-71. Print.
  2. Covey, Russell D. "Pervasive Surveillance and the Future of the Fourth Amendment." Mississippi Law Journal 80 (2011): 1289-318. Print.
  3. Dery, George. "Cyborg Moth’s War on Terror: The Fourth Amendment Implications of One of the Federal Government’s Emerging Surveillance Technologies." SMU Science and Technology Law Review 11 (2008): 227-51. Print.
  4. Hallevy, Gabriel. "“I, Robot - I, Criminal”--When Science Fiction Becomes Reality: Legal Liability of AI Robots Committing Criminal Offenses." Syracuse Science & Technology Law Reporter 22 (2010): 1-37. Print.
  5. Nissan, Ephraim. "Legal Evidence, Police Intelligence, Crime Analysis or Detection, Forensic Testing, and Argumentation: An Overview of Computer Tools or Techniques." International Journal of Law and Information Technology 17 (2009): 1-82. Print.
  6. Vacek, Joseph J. "Big Brother Will Soon Be Watching - or Will He? Constitutional, Regulatory, and Operational Issues Surrounding the Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Law Enforcement." North Dakota Law Review 85 (2009): 673-92. Print.

Conference Proceedings

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