Sara Ferri

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This paper describes how " Computer supported cooperative work " , coped with security technologies and advanced knowledge management techniques, can support the penal judicial activities, in particular national and trans-national investigations phases when different judicial system have to cooperate together. Increase of illegal immigration, trafficking of(More)
The secure collaborative judicial workspace (SCJW) has to allow the actors to use a number of communication and scheduling instruments for managing and storing any kind of documentation, video and audio recordings, evidence, among different Judicial offices of different countries. In this scenario is very important to identify encoded application delivering(More)
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