Fighting organized crime with open source : regulatory strategies
A publication from IOS Press was released in 2014, by numerous academics from the Institute of Law and Technology (Autonomous University of Barcelona), the Center for Applied Social Reaserch (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) and research centers such as Vicomtech-IK4 (San Sebastian), S21sec (Pamplona) and the Technion Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa).
Its title: “Fighting organized crime through open source intelligence: regulatory strategies of the CAPER project”.
The paper discuss and criticizes the Collaborative Information, Acquisition, Processing and Reporting for the prevention of Organized Crime (CAPER), a european program supported by the European Commission through the seventh framework programme for research and technology development, with up to 5.6 Mio Euros. The project is running from July 2011.