1. Introduction, Stephane Leman-Langlois 2. The Criminal Ecology of Payment Systems: How "identity theft" evolved from plastic counterfeiting to the "crime of the century"", Benoit Dupont 3. Media Representations of the Surveilled: Exploring the 'subjects of surveillance' in mainstream media and alternate press releases, Rachel Finn and Michael McCahill 4. The Virtual Surveillance Lab: The Creation of a Simulated Experimental Environment, Stephane Leman-Langlois 5. Investigating Transnational Cybercrime: Current Challenges and Emerging Initiatives, Frederic Lemieux and Brian Bales 6. "We Don't Have These Laser Beams and Stuff like That": Police Investigations as Low-tech Work in a High-tech World, Laura Huey and Johnny Nhan 7. Technology and Database Expansion: What Impact on Policing?, Olivier Ribaux and Tacha Hicks 8. Technological Innovation and Offender Reentry, James M. Byrne and April Pattavina 9. Technocrime, Criminology and Marshall McLuhan: Towards an inventory of criminological effects, James Sheptycki.
Stephane Leman-Langlois holds the Canada Research Chair on Surveillance and the Social Construction of Risk and is Professor of Criminology at the Laval University School of Social Work.