The Ultimate Internet Research Reference: The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet


ABA authors and Cybersleuth seminar speakers Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch have revised and updated their book, The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet, now in its twelfth edition.

The Cybersleuth’s Guide provides both basic and advanced information for anyone wanting to do cost-effective investigative or legal research on the Internet. The new edition features many updates, additions, and revisions to keep up with the ever-changing Internet. In fact, this edition has over 100 pages more than the prior edition.

In the twelfth edition, you will find such additions as:

  • Descriptions of new and changed Google search options, including the Google News Archive, reverse image searches, and cached Web pages
  • Information on how to navigate the redesigned interface of the Internet Archive
  • Updated Search Engine Features Comparison Chart
  • Revised lists of databases, such as LocatePLUS,, and TLO
  • Discussion of Fastcase and Justia free case summaries
  • Changes to the accessibility of federal government documents

These are only a few of the revisions you will find in the twelfth edition of The Cybersleuth’s Guide. Although some of the chapters, particularly the earlier ones, are geared toward a more novice reader, even an Internet search expert may find some interesting and helpful tidbits in the more technical advanced chapters.

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