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    Journal of Technology Law & Policy

    Journal of Technology Law & Policy


    2001, vol.6                 2011, vol.16

    2002, vol.7                 2012, vol.17

    2003, vol.8

    2004, vol.9

    2005, vol.10

    2006, vol.11

    2007, vol.12

    2008, vol.13

    2009, vol.14

    2010, vol.15

     

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2001, vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jacqueline Lipton

    Protecting Valuable Commercial Information in the Digital Age: Law, Policy and Practice

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-30

    Heidi Pearlman Salow

    Liability Immunity for Internet Service Providers: How Is It Working?

    No.1, June

    pp. 31-56

    Ethan Preston

    Finding Fences in Cyberspace: Privacy, Property and Open Access on the Internet

    No.1, June

    pp. 57-100

    Brian R. Dorn

    Chakrabarty in the Era of Genomics: Diamond v. Chakrabarty

    No.1, June

    pp. 101-108

    Paul Taylor

    The Scope of Government Access to Copies of Electronic Communications Stored with Internet Service Providers: A Review of Legal Standards

    No.2, December

    pp. 109-174

    George F. du Pont

    The Time Has Come for Limited Liability for Operators of True Anonymity Remailers in Cyberspace: An Examination of the Possibilities and Perils

    No.2, December

    pp. 175-218

    Miguel C. Danielson

    Confusion, Illusion and the Death of Trademark Law in Domain Name Disputes

    No.2, December

    pp. 219-262

    Todd R. Samelman

    Junk Science in Federal Courts: Judicial Understanding of Scientific Principles

    No.2, December

    pp. 263-272

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2002, vol.7

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Joseph A. Zavaletta

    Using E- Dispute Technology to Facilitate the Resolution of E- Contract Disputes: A Modest Proposal

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-28

    Stan Karas

    Enhancing the Privacy Discourse: Consumer Information Gathering as Surveillance

    No.1, June

    pp. 29-64

    Brian D. Kaiser

    Contributory Trademark Infringement by Internet Service Providers: An Argument for Limitation

    No.1, June

    pp. 65-100

    Kymberly Pierce

    Copyright Law: Authorial Rights v. Publisher Privileges

    No.1, June

    pp. 101-114

     

    About Betty W. Taylor

    No.2, December

    pp. 115-116

    Jon L. Mills

    A Tribute to Grace Betty W. Taylor

    No.2, December

    pp. 117-117

    Arthur Donnelly

    A Tribute to Betty W. Taylor

    No.2, December

    pp. 118-118

    Martina Pelley

    A Tribute to Betty W. Taylor

    No.2, December

    pp. 119-119

    Gail E. Sasnett-Stauffer

    A Tribute to Betty W. Taylor

    No.2, December

    pp. 120-120

    Pamela D. Williams

    A Tribute to Betty W. Taylor

    No.2, December

    pp. 121-121

    Mark A. Bergeron

    A Tribute to Betty W. Taylor

    No.2, December

    pp. 122-122

    Susan W. Brenner

    The Privacy Privilege: Law Enforcement, Technology, and the Constitution

    No.2, December

    pp. 123-194

    Mark R. Malek

    Markman Exposed: Continuing Problems with Markman Hearings

    No.2, December

    pp. 195-226

    Natalie L. Regoli

    U.S. Regulation of Public Securities Offerings & (and) Development of Standards for Internet Offerings

    No.2, December

    pp. 227-254

    Betty W. Taylor

    From Punch Cards to Smart Cards: A History of Technology at the Levin College of Law

    No.2, December

    pp. 255-262

    Stacy N. Penn

    Copyright Law: Intellectual Property Protection in Cyberspace

    No.2, December

    pp. 263-274

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2003, vol.8

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Kevin Michael Lemley

    Just Turn North on State Street and then Follow the Signs by the Federal Circuit: A Sophisticated Approach to the Patentability of Computerized Business Methods

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-32

    Irene Ribeiro Dubowy

    Subsidies Code, Trips Agreement, and Technological Development: Some Considerations for Developing Countries

    No.1, June

    pp. 33-68

    Matthew Fornaro

    A Parallel Problem: Grey Market Goods and the Internet

    No.1, June

    pp. 69-92

    Joe De Vesta

    Trademark Law: Uncommon Controls over Grey Market

    No.1, June

    pp. 93-106

    Reid Skibell

    The Phenomenon of Insecure Software in a Security- Focused World

    No.2, December

    pp. 107-134

    Max Guirguis

    Electronic Mail Surveillance and the Reasonable Expectation of Privacy

    No.2, December

    pp. 135-162

    Joel R. Feldman

    Reverse Confusion in Trademarks: Balancing the Interests of the Public, the Trademark Owner, and the Infringer

    No.2, December

    pp. 163-178

    Aaron D. Delgado

    Confessions of a Tennis Shoe Pirate- Can Proper Pricing of Factors of Production Deter Copyright Infringement?

    No.2, December

    pp. 179-194

    Margaret Atkins

    Public Access to Information: The Public's Right to Know v. the Individual's Right to Privacy: Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act

    No.2, December

    pp. 195-206

    Howard Goldfarb

    Standard- Setting Organizations: Determining a Duty to Disclosure Among Industry Competitors

    No.2, December

    pp. 207-216

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2004, vol.9

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    James M. Evangelista

    Polishing the Gold Standard on the E- Discovery Cost- Shifting Analysis: Zubulake v. UBS Warburg, LLC

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-16

    Patrick Mendis

    Science, Technology, and Intellectual Property Rights in American Foreign Policy

    No.1, June

    pp. 17-30

    David M. Fritch

    Click Here for Lawsuit- Trespass to Chattels in Cyberspace

    No.1, June

    pp. 31-64

    Adriana Collado

    Unfair Use: The Lack of Fair Use Protection for Satire under 107 of the Copyright Act Note

    No.1, June

    pp. 65-80

    Diego Puig

    To God What is God's and to Caesar What is Caesar's: Aesthetic Functionality as a Value between Trademark Rights and Religious Freedoms

    No.1, June

    pp. 81-106

    Andrew Koo

    Trade Regulations: Interpreting the Federal Trademark Dilution Act

    No.1, June

    pp. 107-116

    Richard T. Jackson

    A Lockean Approach to the Compulsory Patent Licensing Controversy

    No.2, December

    pp. 117-142

    Max Guirguis

    Electronic Visual Surveillance and the Reasonable Expectation of Privacy

    No.2, December

    pp. 143-182

    Gabriel Fitch

    From Napster to Kazaa: What the Recording Industry Did Wrong and What Options are Left

    No.2, December

    pp. 183-210

    B. Michael Bachman

    Trademark Law: Conventional Controls in a Virtual Marketplace

    No.2, December

    pp. 211-220

    Melisa San Martin

    Copyright Law: The Relevance of Bad Faith to a Fair Use Analysis

    No.2, December

    pp. 221-230

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2005, vol.10

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Elizabeth Cowan Wright

    Patently Irrelevant? Use of Foreign Prosecution History as Extrinsic Evidence During Litigation of a Counterpart U.S. Patent

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-21

    Robert H. Thornburg

    Choice of Law in International Copyright: The Split of Authority Between the Second and Ninth Circuits Regarding Extraterritorial Application of the Copyright Act

    No.1, June

    pp. 23-34

    Cynthia D. Lopez-Beverage

    Should Congress Do Something About Upstream Clogging Caused by the Deficient Utility of Expressed Sequence Tag Patents?

    No.1, June

    pp. 35-92

    Joshua Schwartz

    Thinking Outside the Pandora's Box: Why the DMCA is Unconstitutional Under Article I, 8 of the U.S. Constitution

    No.1, June

    pp. 93-153

    Vincenzo Vinciguerra

    The Dialectic Relationship Between Different Concepts of Property Rights and Its Significance on Intellectual Property Rights

    No.1, June

    pp. 155-172

    Aisha Y. Salem

    Finders Keepers? The Repatriation of Egyptian Art

    No.1, June

    pp. 173-193

    Jacqueline B. Watanabe

    REAL PROBLEMS, VIRTUAL SOLUTIONS: THE (STILL) UNCERTAIN FUTURE OF VIRTUAL CHILD PORNOGRAPHY LEGISLATION

    No.2, December

    pp. 195-222

    Valerie Alter

    JAILHOUSE INFORMANTS: A LESSON IN E- SNITCHING

    No.2, December

    pp. 223-242

    Clark A.D. Wilson

    THE TRIPS AGREEMENT: IS IT BENEFICIAL TO THE DEVELOPING WORLD, OR SIMPLY A TOOL USED TO PROTECT PHARMACEUTICAL PROFITS FOR DEVELOPED WORLD MANUFACTURERS?

    No.2, December

    pp. 243-264

    David Hricik, Amy Falkingham

    LAWYERS STILL WORRY TOO MUCH ABOUT TRANSMITTING E- MAIL OVER THE INTERNET

    No.2, December

    pp. 265-300

    H. Brian Holland

    TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT OR TIDAL WAVE? CYBERSQUATTING RIGHTS AND REMEDIES RUN AMOK

    No.2, December

    pp. 301-352

    Michelle S. Friedman

    NAKED TRADEMARK LICENSES IN BUSINESS FORMAT FRANCHISING: THE QUALITY CONTROL REQUIREMENT AND THE ROLE OF LOCAL CULTURE

    No.2, December

    pp. 353-376

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2006, vol.11

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    John Fazzio

    PHARMACEUTICAL PATENT SETTLEMENTS: FAULT LINES AT THE INTERSECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND ANTITRUST LAW REQUIRE A RETURN TO THE RULE OF REASON

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-38

    Peter Caldwell

    GPS TECHNOLOGY IN CELLULAR TELEPHONES: DOES FLORIDA'S CONSTITUTIONAL PRIVACY PROTECT AGAINST ELECTRONIC LOCATING DEVICES?

    No.1, June

    pp. 39-76

    Steven M. Greenberg

    THE INCONSISTENT TREATMENT OF COMPUTER SOFTWARE AS PATENTABLE SUBJECT MATTER

    No.1, June

    pp. 77-91

    Katarzyna Pabis

    TRADEMARK LAW: WHEN ADDING ".COM" ADDS DISTINCTIVENESS: PROVING SECONDARY MEANING FOR DOMAIN NAME MARKS

    No.1, June

    pp. 93-102

    Magdalena Ozarowski

    COPYRIGHT LAW: WHEN IS "SUBSTANTIAL" SUBSTANTIAL ENOUGH

    No.1, June

    pp. 103-112

    Zainabu Rumala

    INTERPRETATION SPAWNS RETHINKING OF PATENT LAW: A JURISPRUDENTIAL REVIEW OF THE COURTS' TREATMENT OF SOFTWARE PATENTS

    No.1, June

    pp. 113-122

    Sarah Knight

    PATENTS and ANTITRUST: DOES A PATENT CONFER MARKET POWER? A LOOK AT THE UPCOMING SUPREME COURT CASE: Illinois Tool Works v. Independent Ink

    No.1, June

    pp. 123-139

    Robert M. M. Seto

    A FEDERAL JUDGE'S VIEW OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CHANGES IN PATENT LAW IN HALF- A- CENTURY

    No.2, December

    pp. 141-190

    Aaron Jay Horowitz

    U.S. JURISDICTIONAL MONOPOLIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL CYBERSQUATTING DISPUTES: A REVIEW OF CURRENT INEQUITIES AND FUTURE CONSEQUENCES

    No.2, December

    pp. 191-214

    Kenneth M. Alfano

    COPYRIGHT IN EXILE: RESTORING THE ORIGINAL PARAMETERS OF EXCLUSIVE REPRODUCTION

    No.2, December

    pp. 215-257

    Stephen W. Dummer

    FALSE POSITIVES AND SECURE FLIGHT USING DATAVEILLANCE WHEN VIEWED THROUGH THE EVER INCREASING LIKELIHOOD OF IDENTITY THEFT

    No.2, December

    pp. 259-283

    Daniel C. Powell

    FIVE RECOMMENDATIONS TO LAW SCHOOLS OFFERING LEGAL INSTRUCTION OVER THE INTERNET

    No.2, December

    pp. 285-312

    Jason Smith

    THE INTERACTION OF THE 35 U.S.C. 102 (b) ON- SALE BAR AND IP LICENSING: DIFFERENTIATING LICENSES FROM COMMERCIAL SALES

    No.2, December

    pp. 313-339

    Joseph R. Sozzani

    PATENT LAW: REDEFINING EQUITABLE INJUNCTIONS MercExchange, LLC v. eBay, Inc., 401 F.3d 1323 (Fed. Cir. 2005)

    No.2, December

    pp. 341-355

     

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2007, vol.12

     

     

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Ralph C. Losey

    HASH: THE NEW BATES STAMP

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-44

    Matthew Topic

    THE STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION ADVANCEMENT ACT OF 2004: A VICTORY FOR CONSUMER CHOICE?

    No.1, June

    pp. 45-69

    Alexandra Wilson

    BUSINESS METHOD PATENTS GONE WILD: NARROWING STATE STREET BANK AND SHIFTING TO A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

    No.1, June

    pp. 71-101

    Aaron Cook

    POINTS OF NOVELTY, LAWMAN ARMOR, AND THE DESTRUCTION OF DESIGN PATENTS!

    No.1, June

    pp. 103-133

    Nathan A. Skop

    PATENT LAW: FOUR FACTORS TO INJUNCTIONS IN THE WAKE OF EBAY, eBay, Inc. v. MercExchange, L.L.C., 126 S. Ct. 1837 (2006)

    No.1, June

    pp. 135-140

    Elina Valentine

    COPYRIGHT LAW: EXAMINING STANDARDS FOR COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURAL WORKS, T- Peg, Inc. v. Vt. Timber Works, Inc., 459 F.3d 97 (1st Cir. 2006)

    No.1, June

    pp. 141-148

    Vicki M. Franks

    THE LEGAL LANDSCAPE OF SUBJECT- MATTER JURISDICTION, INDIVIDUAL PATENT CLAIMS, AND STIPULATIONS OR COVENANTS NOT TO SUE: DO WE NEED TO STOP AND ASK FOR DIRECTIONS?

    No.2, December

    pp. 149-178

    Siddharth Khanijou

    PATENT INEQUITY?: RETHINKING THE APPLICATION OF STRICT LIABILITY TO PATENT LAW IN THE NANOTECHNOLOGY ERA

    No.2, December

    pp. 179-223

    Jason Mehta

    ASSESSING THE ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE MODERNIZATION ACT (ESMA): DISTORTING, RATHER THAN BALANCING, THE NEED FOR FLEXIBLE ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE AND ROBUST CONGRESSIONAL OVERSIGHT

    No.2, December

    pp. 225-244

    Corey Ciocchetti

    THE PRIVACY MATRIX

    No.2, December

    pp. 245-331

    Christopher Moseng

    THE FAILURES AND POSSIBLE REDEMPTION OF THE DMCA ANTICIRCUMVENTION RULEMAKING PROVISION

    No.2, December

    pp. 333-374

    Sean Whaley

    MANDATORY LABELING FOR DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT: A LEAST RESTRICTIVE MEANS FOR REBALANCING RIGHTS BETWEEN CONTENT OWNERS AND CONSUMERS

    No.2, December

    pp. 375-394

    Joshua O. Mausner

    COPYRIGHT ORPHAN WORKS: A MULTI- PRONGED SOLUTION TO SOLVE A HARMFUL MARKET INEFFICIENCY

    No.2, December

    pp. 395-425

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2008, vol.13

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Ryan T. Holte

    RESTRICTING FAIR USE TO SAVE THE NEWS: A PROPOSED CHANGE IN COPYRIGHT LAW TO BRING MORE PROFIT TO NEWS REPORTING

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-39

    Aaron R. Harmon

    THE ETHICS OF LEGAL PROCESS OUTSOURCING IS THE PRACTICE OF LAW A "NOBLE PROFESSION," OR IS IT JUST ANOTHER BUSINESS?

    No.1, June

    pp. 41-83

    Christian J. Keeney

    KENTUCKY FRIED BLDG: HOW THE RECENT EJECTION OF A BLOGGER FROM THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES RAISES NOVEL QUESTIONS ABOUT THE FIRST AMENDMENT, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, AND THE INTERSECTION OF LAW AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE 21ST CENTURY

    No.1, June

    pp. 85-113

    Jingxia Shi

    TELECOMMUNICATIONS UNIVERSAL SERVICE IN CHINA: MAKING THE GRADE ON A HARMONIOUS INFORMATION SOCIETY

    No.1, June

    pp. 115-148

    G. Matthew Brockway

    MICROSOFT CORP. v. AT& (and) T CORP.: AMPUTATING THE LONG ARM OF PATENT LAW WITH REGARD TO SOFTWARE PATENTS

    No.1, June

    pp. 149-180

    Kenneth J. Withers

    REMARKS FROM E- DISCOVERY EVENING

    No.2, December

    pp. 181-192

    Jose L. Hernandez

    A COMPREHENSIVE SOLUTION FOR TRADEMARK- TRIGGERED DISPLAYS ONLINE

    No.2, December

    pp. 193-228

    Jason C. Miller

    WHO'S EXPOSING JOHN DOE? DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE FIGURE PLAINTIFFS IN SUBPOENAS TO ISPs IN ANONYMOUS ONLINE DEFAMATION SUITS

    No.2, December

    pp. 229-260

    Philip Beatty

    THE GENESIS OF THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIST- ATTORNEY IN THE ERA OF ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY

    No.2, December

    pp. 261-288

    Craig Zieminski

    GAME OVER FOR REVERSE ENGINEERING?: HOW THE DMCA AND CONTRACTS HAVE AFFECTED INNOVATION

    No.2, December

    pp. 289-339

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2009, vol.14

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Elizabeth A. Rowe

    TECHNOLOGY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: NEW RULES FOR AN OLD GAME?

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-4

    John William Nelson

    FIBER OPTIC FOXES: VIRTUAL OBJECTS AND VIRTUAL WORLDS THROUGH THE LENS OF PIERSON v. POST AND THE LAW OF CAPTURE

    No.1, June

    pp. 5-28

    B. George Walker

    DOUBLE TROUBLE: COMPETING FEDERAL AND STATE APPROACHES TO REGULATING THE NEW TECHNOLOGY OF CLONED ANIMAL FOODS, AND SUGGESTIONS FOR THE FUTURE

    No.1, June

    pp. 29-50

    George Finney

    THE EVOLUTION OF GPLv3 AND CONTRIBUTOR AGREEMENTS IN OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE

    No.1, June

    pp. 79-105

    Keith A. Gorgos

    STRAIGHTFORWARD INFORMATION SOLD SEPARATELY: WHY CURRENT REGULATION FAILS TO ADEQUATELY PROTECT CHILDREN FROM DECEPTIVE AND UNFAIR ADVERTISING

    No.2, December

    pp. 107-159

    Eric M. Fraser

    THE FAILURE OF PUBLIC WiFi

    No.2, December

    pp. 161-177

    Matthew Ocksrider

    PATENTABILITY OF COMPUTER SOFTWARE AND BUSINESS METHODS POST BILSKI: A EW HOPE

    No.2, December

    pp. 179-208

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2010, vol.15

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    Henry T. Greely, Mark M. Hernandez

    TECHNOLOGY LAW: WHAT IS IT- AND WHAT SHOULD IT BE?

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-8

    Winston P. Nagan, Eduardo J. Mordujovich, Judit K. Otvos, Jason Taylor

    MISAPPROPRIATION OF SHUAR TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE (TK) AND TRADE SECRETS: A CASE STUDY ON BIOPIRACY IN THE AMAZON

    No.1, June

    pp. 9-63

    Mary E. Adkins

    THE UNBLINKING EYE TURNS TO APPELLATE LAW: CAMERAS IN TRIAL COURTROOMS AND THEIR EFFECT ON APPELLATE LAW

    No.1, June

    pp. 65-83

    John E. D. Larkin

    CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LIABILITY FOR USER GENERATED CONTENT: CRAIGSLIST, A CASE STUDY

    No.1, June

    pp. 85-111

    Eric Feld

    THE THIN DIVIDE: BUSINESS MODEL, PATENTABLE PROCESS OR UNPATENTABLE PRINCIPLE?

    No.1, June

    pp. 113-122

    Jeff Kosseff

    DEFENDING SECTION 230: THE VALUE OF INTERMEDIARY IMMUNITY

    No.2, December

    pp. 123-158

    Michael W. Loudenslager

    WHY SHOULDN'T ATTORNEYS BE ALLOWED TO VIEW METADATA?: A PROPOSAL FOR ALLOWING ATTORNEYS TO VIEW METADATA AS LONG AS EXTRAORDINARY MEASURES ARE NOT TAKEN TO DO SO AND OPPOSING COUNSEL IS CONTACTED UPON DISCOVERY OF SENSITIVE INFORMATION

    No.2, December

    pp. 159-216

    Ron J. Whitener

    RESEARCH IN NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITIES IN THE GENETICS AGE: CAN THE FEDERAL DATA SHARING STATUTE OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY AND TRIBAL CONTROL OF RESEARCH BE RECONCILED?

    No.2, December

    pp. 217-274

    Jonathan Werner

    FILLING IN THE GAPS: THE LIMITS OF THE PATENT EXHAUSTION DOCTRINE IN LIGHT OF THE SUPREME COURT'S INABILITY TO FIND CLOSURE IN QUANTA

    No.2, December

    pp. 275-294

    Michael Hrdlicka

    SEARCHES AND SEIZURES: THE-TIMES- THEY- ARE- A- CHANGIN' OR TECHNOLOGY ISSUE AVOIDANCE

    No.2, December

    pp. 295-304

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2011, vol.16

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    Alexandre A. Montagu

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: TECTONIC SHIFTS IN THE LEGAL LANDSCAPE

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-24

    Kimberly L. Rhodes, Brian Kunis

    WALKING THE WIRE IN THE WIRELESS WORLD: LEGAL AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS OF MOBILE COMPUTING

    No.1, June

    pp. 25-52

    Regina A. Bailey

    THE LEGAL, FINANCIAL, AND ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF ONLINE MEDICAL CONSULTATIONS

    No.1, June

    pp. 53-105

    Jacqueline D. Wright Bonilla

    ILLUSORY PROTECTIONS FOR THOSE ACCUSED OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH MISCONDUCT: NEED FOR REFORM

    No.1, June

    pp. 107-120

    Adrienne Lester

    THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE GOOGLE BOOK SEARCH DISPUTE FOR THE PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

    No.1, June

    pp. 121-142

    Andrew B. Carrabis, Seth D. Haimovitch

    CYBERBULLYING: ADAPTATION FROM THE OLD SCHOOL SANDLOT TO THE 21ST CENTURY WORLD WIDE WEB- THE COURT SYSTEM AND TECHNOLOGY LAW'S RACE TO KEEP PACE

    No.1, June

    pp. 143-174

    Jennifer Le Vine

    OVER- EXPOSED? TSA SCANNERS AND THE FOURTH AMENDMENT RIGHT TO PRIVACY

    No.1, June

    pp. 175-191

    John Soma, Maury Nichols, Melodi Mosley Gates, Ana Gutierrez

    CHASING THE CLOUDS WITHOUT GETTING DRENCHED: A CALL FOR FAIR PRACTICES IN CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES

    No.2, December

    pp. 193-227

    Jared A. Harshbarger

    CLOUD COMPUTING PROVIDERS AND DATA SECURITY LAW: BUILDING TRUST WITH UNITED STATES COMPANIES

    No.2, December

    pp. 229-255

    Sue Ann Mota

    THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN: BILSKI v. KAPPOS, GLOBAL TECH v. SEB, STANFORD v. ROCHE, AND MICROSOFT v. i4i

    No.2, December

    pp. 257-274

    Tracie E. Wandell

    GEOLOCATION AND JURISDICTION: FROM PURPOSEFUL AVAILMENT TO AVOIDANCE AND TARGETING ON IN THE TERNET

    No.2, December

    pp. 275-305

    Shelby Anderson

    ARE CELL PHONES SAFE UNTIL THE FCC TELLS US THEY ARE NOT? A PREEMPTION ANALYSIS IN THE CONTEXT OF CELL PHONE RADIATION EMISSIONS STANDARDS

    No.2, December

    pp. 307-341

    George M. Padis

    CARBON CREDITS AS COLLATERAL

    No.2, December

    pp. 343-366

    Journal of Technology Law and Policy, 2012, vol.17

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    Sam S. Han

    ASSOCIATION OF MOLECULAR PATHOLOGYMEETS THERASENSE: ANALYZING THE UNENFORCEABILITY OF ISOLATED-SEQUENCE-RELATED PATENTS FOR UPENN, COLUMBIA, NYU, YALE, AND EMORY

    No.1

    pp. 1- 62

    Jan L. Jacobowitz, Gayland O. Hethcoat

    ENDLESS PURSUIT: CAPTURING TECHNOLOGY AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND ATTORNEY ADVERTISING

    No.1

    pp.63- 82

    Terry L. Turnipseed

    THE PRESIDENT AND THE AUTOPEN: IT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL FOR SOMEONE OR SOMETHING TO SIGN A BILL OUTSIDE OF THE PRESIDENT'S PRESENCE

    No.1

    pp.83- 110

    Eric J. Rogers

    PATENTING MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC METHODS: THE MORT STRIKES BACK

    No.1

    pp.111- 194

     


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