FORTY-NINTH SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY, AND THE LAW.
Each year, the Journal provides a compilation of the most important and timely articles on computers, technology, and the law. The Bibliography, indexed by subject matter, is designed to be a research guide to assist our readers in searching for recent articles on computer and technology law. This year's annual Bibliography contains nearly 1000 articles, found through the examination of over 1000 periodicals.
The Bibliography aims to include topics on every legal aspect of computers and technology. However, as new issues in this field emerge, we welcome your suggestions for additional topics and sources, as well as your commentary on the Bibliography.
INTRODUCTION 334 1. Computers and Technology in Law Practice 339 1.0 General 339 1.1 Computerized Legal Research 340 1.1.0 General 340 1.1.1 Online Legal Research 340 1.2 Law Office Management 341 1.2.0 General 341 1.2.1 Office Automation 342 1.2.2 Case Management 343 1.2.3 Case File Security 343 1.2.4 Internet Access 343 1.3 Selected Uses in the Law Practice 343 1.3.0 General 343 1.3.1 Tax Filing 344 1.3.2 Bankruptcy 344 1.3.3 Estate Planning 344 1.3.4 Real Estate 344 1.3.5 Advertising 345 2. COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY IN LITIGATION 346 2.0 General 346 2.1 Scientific Evidence 348 2.1.0 General 348 2.1.1 Expert Testimony 349 2.1.2 DNA Typing 349 2.1.3 Fingerprint 349 2.1.4 Lie Detection 349 2.1.5 Forensic Evidence 349 2.2 Demonstrative Evidence 350 2.2.0 General 350 2.2.1 Computer-Generated Evidence 351 2.2.2 Audio/Visual Evidence 351 2.3 Electronic Discovery 351 2.4 Courtroom and Judges 352 2.5 Dispute Resolution 353 3. COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY AND THE 354 GOVERNMENT 3.0 General 354 3.1 Computers, Technology and Law 355 Enforcement 3.2 Use of Computers and Technology 357 by the Military 3.3 Use of Computers and Technology by 358 State and Federal Legislatures 3.4 Regulation of Computers and 358 Technology 3.4.0 General 358 3.4.1 First Amendment Concerns 359 3.4.2 Antitrust 359 3.4.3 FCC Regulation 359 3.4.4 SEC Regulation 359 4. ISSUES OF PRIVACY, SECURITY AND CRIME 360 4.0 General 360 4.1 Problems of Privacy 361 4.1.0 General 361 4.1.1 Data Privacy 366 4.1.2 Privacy in the Workplace 375 4.2 Security 376 4.2.0 General 376 4.2.1 Cyberwar 380 4.2.2 Encryption and Digital Signatures 383 4.3 Crime 384 4.3.0 General 384 4.3.1 Internet 386 5. COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION 387 5.0 General 387 5.1 Legal Education 387 6. COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS 387 6.0 General 387 6.1 Electronic Commerce 390 6.1.0 General 390 6.1.1 Taxation 395 6.2 Computers in Banking and Finance 395 6.2.0 General 395 6.2.1 On-line Securities Trading 398 6.3 Computers and Technology in the Transportation Industry 398 6.4 Computers and Technology in the Publishing Industry 400 6.5 Computers and Technology in Advertising 400 6.6 Computers and Technology in Accounting 400 7. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION OF COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY 401 7.0 General 401 7.1 Patent 403 7.1.0 General 403 7.1.1 Software Patent 412 7.1.2 Biotech Patent 412 7.2 Software Copyright 412 7.2.0 General 412 7.2.1 User Interface 414 7.2.2 Fair Use 414 7.2.3 Video Game 414 7.3 Digital Copyright 415 7.3.0 General 415 7.3.1 Electronic Compilation. 418 7.3.2 Computer Database. 418 7.3.3 Multimedia 418 7.3.4 Computer-Generated Works 418 7.4 Trademark. 418 7.5 Trade Secret. 420 7.6 Semiconductor Chip Protection. 420 7.7 Licensing 420 7.8 Intellectual Property Issues of 421 the Internet 7.9 International Developments. 422 7.9.0 General 422 7.9.1 GATT-TRIPS 425 7.9.2 NAFTA. 425 7.9.3 Developments in Canada. 425 7.9.4 Developments in Mexico and 425 Latin America. 7.9.5 Developments in Australia 425 and New Zealand 7.9.6 Developments in Africa 426 7.9.7 Developments in Asia 426 7.9.8 Developments in Western Europe 426 7.9.9 Developments in Eastern Europe 426 and Russia. 8. COMPUTERS AND LEGAL REASONING 426 8.0 General 426 8.1 Artificial Intelligence 427 9. LEGAL ISSUES OF THE INTERNET 430 9.0 General 430 9.1 ISP and Internet Access 432 9.1.0 General 432 9.1.1 Net Neutrality 433 9.2 Domain Names 433 9.3 Civil Procedure in Cyberspace 433 9.4 Online Communities 433 9.4.0 General 433 9.4.1 Social Networking 439 9.4.2 Virtual Worlds 439 9.5 First Amendment Concerns 439 10. LAW AND TECHNOLOGY 440 10.0 General 440 10.1 Technology Transfer 444 10.2 Audio/Video Recording 444 10.3 Space Law 444 10.4 Medical Technology 445 10.4.0 General 445 10.4.1 Electronic Records 449 10.5 Science and Technology 449 10.5.0 General 449 10.5.1 Biotechnology 455 10.5.2 Pharmaceuticals 456 10.5.3 Stem Cells and Cloning 456 10.5.4 Nanotechnology 456 10.6 Environmental Law 456 10.6.0 General 456 10.6.1 Pollution 463 10.6.2 Hazardous Substances 463 10.6.3 Electromagnetic Fields 463 10.6.4 Nuclear Technology 463 10.6.5 Energy and the Environment 464 10.6.6 International Environmental 464 Law Developments 10.7 Television 464 10.7.0 General 464 10.7.1 Satellite Television 464 10.7.2 Cable Television 464 10.8 Telecommunications 465 10.8.0 General 465 10.8.1 Telephone 466 10.8.2 Multimedia in 466 Telecommunications 10.8.3 International 466 Telecommunications Developments 10.9 Recording Industry 466 10.10 Broadband 466 11. FAMILY LAW 466 12. OTHER 468
1. COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY IN LAW PRACTICE
Robert J. Ambrogi, The Legal Board: A Keyboard Just for Lawyers, 43 LAW PRAC. 22 (July/Aug. 2017).
Erin C. Carroll, Making News: Balancing Newsworthiness and Privacy in the Age of Algorithms, 106 GEO. L.J. (Nov. 2017).
Miriam A. Cherry, Are Uber And Transportation Network Companies the Future Of Transportation (Law) And Employment (Law)?, 4 TEX. A&M L. REV. 173 (Spring 2017).
Benjamin P. Cooper, Technological Competence and the Duty to Safeguard Confidential Information in the USA, 20 LEGAL ETHICS 268 (Dec. 2017).
Caryn Devins et al., The Law and Big Data, 27 CORNELL J. L. & PUB. POL'Y 357 (Winter 2017).
Sofia Grafanaki, Drowning in Big Data: Abundance of Choice, Scarcity of Attention and the Personalization Trap, a Case for Regulation, 24 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 1 (2017).
David Andrew Kobilka, Backs to the Future: How the Legal Profession Has Ignored the Malpractice Gap Created by Technology, 20 J. CONSUMER & COM. L. 130 (Summer 2017).
Daniel W. Linna Jr., Leveraging Technology to Improve Legal Services, 96 MI BAR J. 20 (June 2017).
Tom Mighell, Is the iPad Finally a Laptop Replacement, 43 LAW PRAC. 30 (Nov./Dec. 2017).
John Mitchell, Ride the Technology Wave, 43 LAW PRAC. 8 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
Jack L. Rives, Embracing Innovation, 103 A.B.A. J. 6 (Feb. 2017).
Ben Schorr, What's New in Microsoft Office for Lawyers, 43 LAW PRAC. 54 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
Daniel J. Siegel, A Spotlight that Shines a Different Light, 43 LAW PRAC. 24 (Sept./Oct. 2017).
Kimberly Stamatelos, Lawyers Of The Future: Is Legal Education Doing Its Part?, 2017 DRAKE L. REV. DISCOURSE 101 (Jan. 2017).
K.C. Webb, Products Liability and Autonomous Vehicles: Who's Driving Whom?, 23 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 9 (2016).
1.1 Computerized Legal Research
Zoe Adams et al., The CBR-LRI Dataset: Methods, Properties and Potential of Leximetric Coding of Labour Laws, 33 INT'L J. OF COMP. LAB. L. & INDUS. REL. 59 (2017).
Wolfgang Alschner et al., The Data-Driven Future of International Economic Law, 20 J. INT'L ECONOMIC L. 217 (2017).
Michael Whiteman, Appellate Jurisprudence in the Internet Age, 14 Nw. J. TECH. & INTELL. PROP. 255 (2017).
1.1.1 Online Legal Research
Richard Acello, A Website Clicks, 103 A.B.A. J. 31 (Mar. 2017).
1.2 Law Office Management
Neil Cameron, Let's Talk About... IT Training, LEGAL IT INSIDER., Nov./Dec. 2017, at 9.
Yuri Eliezer, Enhancing Your Practice Efficiency with E-Signatures, 43 LAW PRAC. 50 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
Gordon K.. Eng, The Potential of New Digital Assistants for Office Use, L.A. LAW., Mar. 2017, at 34.
Nancy Leary Haggerty, Where Are All the Automation Tools for Real Estate Lawyers, 31 PROB. & PROP. 53 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
Nick Gaffney, Transforming a Law Practice with Technology, 43 LAW PRAC. 38 (July/Aug. 2017).
Richard Granat, Really Virtual, 103 A.B.A. J. 28 (Mar. 2017).
Patrick Lamb & Nicole Nehama Auerbach, Working With: Building a Better Law Firm Takes Collaborators, 103 A.B.A. J. 26 (May 2017).
Victor Li, Value Proposition, 103 A.B.A. J. 32 (Apr. 2017).
Susan Cartier Liebel, What's New? Your Practice and You, 103 A.B.A. J. 30 (Jan. 2017).
Nick Martin, Exploiting the Cloud to Increase Law Firm Productivity, LEGAL IT INSIDER., Nov./Dec. 2017, at 7.
Tom Mighell, Exploring Office 365, 43 LAW PRAC. 28 (May/June 2017).
Tom Mighell, Keeping Communications Confidential with a VPN, 43 LAW PRAC. 30 (Sept./Oct. 2017).
Tom Mighell, The Battle of the Workplace Messaging Apps, 43 LAW PRAC. 30 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
Sharon D. Nelson & John W. Simek, Are Alexa and Her Friends Safe for Office Use, 43 LAW PRAC. 26 (Sept./Oct. 2017).
Sharon D. Nelson & John W. Simek, Google's G Suite or Microsoft's Office 365, 43 LAW PRAC. 24 (May/June 2017).
Sharon D. Nelson & John W. Simek, Securing Your Law Firm's Website: A Critical Cybersecurity Task, 43 LAW PRAC. 26 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
Peter Owen, Cloud Commutating - Take the Gene Kelly Approach, LEGAL IT INSIDER., Nov./Dec. 2017, at 7.
David G. Ries & John W. Simek, Implementing Encryption Painlessly, 43 LAW PRAC. 57 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
Frank Santini, Prioritizing Cybersecurity on a Limited Budget, 43 LAW PRAC. 59 (Sept./Oct. 2017).
Daliah Saper, It's About Time, 103 A.B.A. J. 28 (Sept. 2017).
Alison C. Shields, Writing More Effective Email Messages, 43 LAW PRAC. 14 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
Derek Southall, The Legal IT Department of the Future, LEGAL IT INSIDER., Nov./Dec. 2017, at 13.
Jason Tashea, Law Architects, 103 A.B.A. J. 32 (May 2017).
1.2.1 Office Automation
Emma Beames, Technology-Based Legal Document Generation Services and the Regulation of Legal practice in Australia, 42 ALTERNATIVE L.J. 297 (2017).
Sam Glover, 8 Strategies for Constructing Your New Law Firm, 103 A.B.A. J. 32 (Jan. 2017).
Catherine Nunez, Comment, Artificial Intelligence and Legal Ethics: Whether AI Lawyers Can Make Ethical Decisions, 20 TUL. J. TECH. & INTELL. PROP. 189 (2017).
1.2.2 Case Management
1.2.3 Case File Security
Nina Lukina & Eric Christiansen, What's Hiding in Your Documents: The Dangers of Metadata, 89 N.Y. ST. B.J. 46 (Oct. 2017).
Annie Simkus, Note, Preventing Data Breaches at Law Firms: Adapting Proactive, Management-Based Regulation to Law-Firm Technology, 59 ARIZ. L. REV. 1111 (2017).
1.2.4 Internet Access
T. Randolph Beard et al., Private Solutions to Broadband Adoption: An Economic Analysis, 69 FED. COMM. L.J. 1 (2017-2018).
Ernie Svenson, Paper Puncher, 103 A.B.A. J. 28 (Apr. 2017).
1.3 Selected Uses in the Law Practice
Daniel Ben-Ari et al., Artificial Intelligence in the Practice of Law: An Analysis and Proof of Concept Experiment, 23 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 2 (2017).
Kathryn D. Betts & Kyle R. Jaep, The Dawn of Fully Automated Contract Drafting: Machine Learning Breathes New Life into a Decades-Old Promise, 15 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 216 (2017).
Jakub D. Brodowski, People v. Marian, 61 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. 287 (2017).
Wanshu Cong, Understanding Human Rights on the Internet: An Exercise of Translation, 22 TILLBURG L. REV. 138 (2017).
Sara Beth A.R. Kohut, A Lesson from Harleysville: Proper Planning for Technology Use Can Prevent Disclosures that Lead to Waiver of Privilege, 2017 BUS. L. TODAY 1 (Sept. 2017).
Victor Li, Mandate the Update, 103 A.B.A. J. 24 (Feb. 2017).
Victor Li, Talking Tech, 103 A.B.A. J. 34 (July 2017).
Jack Newton, Out and In, 103 A.B.A. J. 28 (Feb. 2017).
Alexander Savelyev, Contract Law 2.0: "Smart" Contracts as the Beginning of the End of Classic Contract Law, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 116 (2017).
1.3.1 Tax Filing
Peter Scott, Thirty Years on: Gst at A Crossroads: Gst and Technology, 23 N.Z.J.T.L.P. 146 (2017).
Kathleen DeLaney Thomas, User-Friendly Taxpaying, 92 IND. L.J. 1509 (Fall 2017).
1.3.3 Estate Planning
1.3.4 Real Estate
Paul Cho, What If the International Criminal Court Could Prosecute President Al-Assad for the Chemical Weapon Attacks in Ghouta Recent Development, 49 ST. MARY'S L. J. 165 (2017).
S.H. Spencer Compton & Diane Schottenstein, Blockchain Technology and Its Applicability to the Practice of Real Estate Law, 45 N.Y.R.P.L.J. 14 (2017).
Allison R. Ebanks, Force Majeure: How Lessees Can Save Their Leases While the War on Fracking Rages on Comment, 49 ST. MARY'S L.J. 857 (2017).
Grant Wilis, To Be or Not to Airbnb: Regulation of Short-Term Rentals in South Carolina Property Law, 68 S.C. L. REV. 821 (Spring 2017).
Michael Downey, Legal Ethics, Referral Fees and Internet Advertising, 43 LAW PRAC. 18 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
T. Roe Frazer II, A Technology-Leveraged Law Practice, 40 AM. J. TRIAL ADVOC. 459 (2017).
David L. Hudson Jr., Can Lawyers Text Potential Clients, 103 A.B.A. J. 24 (Dec. 2017).
David L. Hudson Jr., The Blog Difference, 103 A.B.A. J. 24 (June 2017).
Marc Lauristen, Marketing Real Lawyers in the Age of AI, 43 LAW PRAC. 51 (Jan./Feb. 2017).
Victor U, Ad It Up, 103 A.B.A. J. 35 (Apr. 2017).
Jason Marsh, The Lawyer's Internet Marketing Tool Kit, 43 LAW PRAC. 40 (Jan./Feb. 2017).
Jason Tashea, Statistical Significance, 103 A.B.A. J. 34 (Oct. 2017).
2. COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY IN LITIGATION
Jennifer A. Brobst, The Modern Penny Dreadful: Public Prosecution and the Need for Litigation Privacy in A Digital Age, 96 NEB. L. REV. 281 (2017).
David Colarusso & Ericka J. Rickard, Speaking the Same Language: Data Standards and Disruptive Technologies in the Administration of Justice, 50 SUFFOLK U. L. REV. 387 (2017).
Jordan Elias, Course Correction - Data Breach as Invasion of Privacy, 69 BAYLOR L. REV. 574 (2017).
Mark D. Hansen & Tyler J. Pratt, Follow the Audit Trail: The Impact of Metadata in Litigation, 84 DEF. COUNS. J. 1 (July 2017).
Rebecca Harp, Comment, Evidence Today: Discussing the Impact of Technology on Traditional Evidence and its Influence on the Evolution of Modern Evidentiary Techniques, 27 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 139 (2017).
Michael Fox et al, Analyzing New Technological Advancements in Biological and Physical Evidence, 27 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 163 (2017).
Mark J. Geragos et al., Reevaluating Gag Orders in the Era of Social Media, L.A. LAW., July/Aug. 2017, at 10.
Richard K. Herrman et al., Breaking Down Barriers: Session V - The Special Role of Technology, 23 WIDENER L. REV. 211 (2017).
Olivia A. League, Whether You like It or Not Your Likes Are out: An Analysis of Nonverbal Internet Conduct in the Hearsay Context Evidence Law, 68 S.C. L. REV. 939 (Spring 2017).
Land Markert & Jan Burghardt, Navigating the Digital Maze--Pertinent Issues in E-Arbitration, 27 J. ARB. STUD. 3 (2017).
Yuri Mikulka & Caleb Bean, Caleb Bean, How Foreign Companies ' Online Activities Can Increase Exposure to U.S. Litigation, 43 LITIG. 54 (Summer 2017).
Loren E. Mulraine, Collision Course: State Community Property Laws And Termination Rights Under The Federal Copryight Act - Who Should Have The Right Of Way?, 100 MARQ. L. REV. 1193 (2017).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Who Pays When Drones Crash?, 2017 UCLA J.L.& TECH. 1 (2017).
Ioannis Revolidis, Judicial Jurisdiction over Internet Privacy Violations and the GDPR: A Case of Privacy Tourism, 11 MASARYK U. J. L. & TECH. 7 (Summer 2017).
Timothy D. Robinson, A Normative Evaluation of Algorithmic Law, 23 Auckland U. L. Rev. 293 (2017)
Ari Schwartz et al., Automatic Threat Sharing: How Companies Can Best Ensure Liability Protection When Sharing Cyber Threat Information with Other Companies or Organizations, 50 U. MICH. J.L. REFORM 887 (Summer 2017).
Ayelet Sela, The Effect of Online Technologies on Dispute Resolution System Design: Antecedents, Current Trends, and Future Directions, 21 LEWIS & CLARK L. REV. 635 (2017).
Stephanie Serhan, Calling an End to Culling: Predictive Coding and the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 23 RICH. J.L.& TECH. 1 (2017).
Daniel J. Sheffner, Access to Adjudication Materials on Federal Agency Websites, 51 AKRON L. REV. 447 (Spring 2017).
Margaret Smilowitz, Comment, What Happens after the Right to Counsel Ends: Using Technology to Assist Petitioners in State Post-Conviction Petitions and Federal Habeas Review, J. CRIM. L. & CRIMINOLOGY 493 (Summer 2017).
Michaela Battista Sozio, Authenticating Digital Evidence at Trial, 2017 BUS. L. TODAY 1 (Apr. 2017).
Jason Tashea, Net Search and Seizure, 103 A.B.A. J. 18 (May 2017).
Rachel E. Whitman, Note, Creating a New Standard for Judicially-Mandated Predictive Coding, 27 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 191 (2017).
Jeffrey Wolber, Opening A Can of Worms and Viruses: The Impact of E-Service on E-Mail Users Everywhere, 61 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. 449 (2017).
2.1 Scientific Evidence
Christian Chessman, A "Source " of Error: Computer Code, Criminal Defendants, and the Constitution, 105 CAL. L. REV. 179 (2017).
Lydia R. Dorrance et al., What You Should Know About Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PEAS) for Environmental Claims, 29 ENVTL.CL.J. 290 (2017).
Hon. Paul W. Grimm et al., Authenticating Digital Evidence, 69 BAYLOR L. REV. 1 (2017).
Owen Murphy, Commonwealth v. Augustine: The Supreme Judicial Court's Misapplication of Jurisprudence to Technology, 98 MASS. L. REV. 39 (2017).
Jack D. Roady, Feature, The Pcast Reporta Review and Moving Forward--A Prosecutor's Perspective, 32 CRIM. JUST. 9 (Summer 2017).
Alan Zelicoff & Steven E. Rigdon, Bayesian Interference for Interpretation of Polygraph Results in the Courtroom, 16 L. PROBABILITY & RISK 91 (2017).
2.1.1 Expert Testimony
2.1.2 DNA Typing
Pooja Chaudhuri, A Right to Rational Juries? How Jury Instructions Create the "Bionic Juror" in Criminal Proceedings Involving DNA Match Evidence, 105 CAL. L. REV. 1807 (2017).
Jessica Gabel, Tackling Technical Debt: Managing Advances in DNA Technology that Outpace the Evolution of Law, 54 AM. CRIM. L. REV. 373 (2017).
Jennifer K. Wagner, DNA, Radical Disparities, and Biases in Criminal Justice: Searching for Solutions The Advancement of Evidentiary Procedures and Policies, 27 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 95 (2017).
2.1.4 Lie Detection
Carrie Leonetti, Abracadabra, Hocus Poem, Same Song, Different Chorus: The Newest Iteration of the Science of Lie Detection, 24 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 1 (2017).
2.1.5 Forensic Evidence
Simon Baechler et al., Smartphone and Tablet Applications for Crime Scene Investigation: State of the Art, Typology, and Assessment Criteria, 62 J. FORENSIC SCIENCES 1043 (June 2017).
Peter A. Joy & Rodney J. Uphoff, What Do I Do with the Porn on My Computer: How a Lawyer Should Counsel Clients about Physical Evidence, 54 AM. CRIM. L. REV. 751 (2017)
Arnold H. Loewy, The Wisdom of Universal DNA Collection: A Reply to Professor Meghan J. Ryan, 20 S.M.U SCI. & TECH. L. J. 21 (Spring 2017).
Geoffrey Stewart Morrison & William C. Thompson, Assessing the Admissibility of a New Generation of Forensic Voice Comparison Testimony, 18 COLUM. SCI. & TECH. L. REV 326 (Spring 2017).
Trevor Rosson, A New Remedy for Junk Science: Article 11.073 and Texas's Response to the Changing Landscape in the Forensic Sciences, 49 ST. MARY'S L. J. 465 (2017).
Meghan J. Ryan, The Privacy, Probability, and Political Pitfalls of Universal DNA Collection, 20 S.M.U SCI. & TECH. L. J. 3 (Spring 2017).
2.2 Demonstrative Evidence
Case Comment, Fourth Amendment--Third-Party Doctrine--Fourth Circuit Holds that Government Acquisition of Historical Cell-Site Location Information is Not a Search--United States v. Graham, 130 HARV. L. REV. 1273 (Feb. 2017).
Christine W. Chen, Note, The Graymail Problem Anew in a World Going Dark: Balancing the Interests of the Government and Defendants in Prosecutions Using Network Investigative Techniques (Nits), 19 COLUM. SCI. & TECH. L. REV 185 (Fall 2017).
Samuel Crecelius, Lichtenberger and the Three Bears: Getting the Private Search Exception and Modern Digital Storage "Just Right", 4 TEX. A&M L. REV 209 (2017).
Mary D. Fan, Justice Visualized: Courts and the Body Camera Revolution, 50 U.C.D.L. REV. 897 (Feb. 2017).
Angela Guo, Article: Blockchain Receipts: Patentability and Admissibility In Court, 16 CHI.-KENT J. INTELL. PROP. 440 (2017).
Markus Rauschecker, Rule 41 Amendments Provide For A Drastic Expansion Of Government Authority To Conduct Computer Searches And Should Not Have Been Adopted By The Supreme Court, 76 MD. L. REV. 1085 (2017).
2.2.1 Computer-Generated Evidence
Youngjin Choi, Mobile Instant Messaging Evidence in Criminal Trials, 26 CATH. U. 1 (Fall 2017).
Matthew K. Curtin, The Duty to Preserve Social Media Evidence, 35 QUINNIPIAC L. REV. 791 (2017).
Tim Kolesk, At the Intersection of Fourth and Sixth: GPS Evidence and the Constitutional Rights of Criminal Defendants Notes, 90 S. CAL. L. REV. 1299 (Sept. 2017).
Victor Li, Point in Time, 103 A.B.A. J. 31 (Feb. 2017).
Alexandra C. Smith, Pinging into Evidence: The Implications of Historical Cell Site Location Information, 120 W. VA. L. REV. 331 (Fall 2017).
Kristi Winner, From Historical Cell-Site Location Information to IMSI-Cathcers: Why Triggerfish Devices Do Not Trigger Fourth Amendment Protection, 68 CASE W. RES. L. REV. 243 (Fall 2017).
2.2.2 Audio/Visual Evidence
Patrick Ciapciak, Selfies in Court: Snapchat as Admissible Evidence, B.C. INTELL. PROP. & TECH. F. BLOG (Feb. 7, 2017), http://bciptf.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Blog-Snapchat-as-Evidence-Ciapciak.pdf.
2.3 Electronic Discovery
Rochella T. Davis, To Whom Should We Point Out Stylus?: Allocating The Burden of Review in E-Discovery of Social Media Content, 22 SUFFOLK. J. TRIAL & APP. ADVOC. 121 (2017).
K. Alex Khoury, Electronic Discovery, 68 MERCER L. REV. 971 (Summer 2017).
Jason Krause, Burst Bubble?, 103 A.B.A. J. 34 (Nov. 2017).
Anna McMullen, Search, Seizure, and Snapchat: How the Fourth Amendment Fits Within the Evolving World of Civil E-Discovery, 26 WM. & MARY BILL RTS. J. 187 (Oct. 2017).
Anna-Maria Osula & Mark Zoetekekouw, The Notification Requirement in Transboarder Remote Search and Seizure: Domestic and International Perspectives, 11 MASARYK U. J. L. & TECH. 103 (Summer 2017).
Jason Tashea, Warranted Searches, 103 A.B.A. J. 16 (June 2017).
2.4 Courtroom and Judges
David S. Ardia, Privacy and Court Records: Online Access and the Loss of Practical Obscurity, 2017 U. ILL. L. REV. 1385 (2017).
Case Comment, Criminal Law--Sentencing Guidelines--Wisconsin Supreme Court Requires Warning Before Use of Algorithmic Risk Assessments in Sentencing--State v. Loomis, 130 HARV. L. REV. 1530 (Mar. 2017).
Terry Carter, Drawn to It, 103 A.B.A. J. 56 (June 2017).
London Ryynanen England, Is Your Roommate a Felon: Considering the Effect of Criminalizing Password Sharing in Nosal II Case Notes, 20 S.M.U SCI. & TECH. L. J. 47 (Spring 2017).
Lisa Hayes, Technology in the Courts: More Questions than Settled Legal Answers, 42 HUM. RTS. 19 (2017).
Liz McCurry Johnson, Accessing Jury Selection Data in a Pre-Digital Environment, 41 AM. J. TRIAL ADVOC. 45 (2017).
Morgan E. Pietz, Copyright Court: A New Approach to Recapturing Revenue Lost to Infringement: How Existing Court Rules, Tactics From the "Trolls, " and Innovative Lawyering can Immediately Create a Copyright Small Claims Procedure That Solves Bittorrent and Photo Piracy, 64 J. COPYRIGHT SOC'Y U.S.A. 1 (Winter 2017).
Jacob Quinn, WMG Salsoul, L.L.C. v. Ciccone: The Ninth Circuit Strikes a Pose, Applying the De Minimis Exception to Music Sampling Case Notes, 20 S.M.U SCI. & TECH. L. J. 61 (Spring 2017).
Robert E. Shapiro, Facebook Fandango, 43 LITIG. 58 (Spring 2017).
Mark Walsh, Filing Forward, 103 A.B.A. J. 20 (Oct. 2017).
Hisashi Yamagata & Danielle Fox, Evaluating the Use of Videoconferencing Technology in Domestic Violence Ex Parte Hearings: Assessing Procedural Consistency, 38 JUST. SYS. J. 135 (Apr.-June 2017).
2.5 Dispute Resolution
Emad Abdel Rahim Dahiyat, A Legal Framework for Online Commercial Arbitration in UAE: New Fabric but Old Style!, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 272 (2017).
Faye Fangfei, Online Dispute Resolution: Best Practices in Comparative Perspective, 12 J. COMP. L. 472 (2017).
Wei Gao, The Success and Failure of Online Dispute Resolution, 47 H.K. L. J. 445 (2017).
Richard Li & Richard Li-dar Wang, Reforming and Specifying Intellectual Property Rights Policies of Standard-Setting Organizations: Towards Fair and Efficient Patenet Licensing and Dispute Resolution, J. L. TECH. & POL'Y 1 (2017).
Richard Li & Richard Li-dar Wang, Reforming and Specifying Intellectual Property Rights Policies of Standard-Setting Organizations: Towards Fair and Efficient Patenet Licensing and Dispute Resolution, 2017 J. L. TECH. & POLICY 1 (2017).
Danielle Linneman, Online Dispute Resolution for Divorce Cases in Missouri: A Remedy for the Justice Gap, 2018 J. DISP. RESOL. 281 (Jan. 2017).
Maria Lucia Passador, Challenging Arbitration: How can its history inform its current (E-)Practice?, 24 WILLAMETTE J. INT'L L. & DIS. RES. 233 (2017).
Orna Rabinovich-Einy & Ethan Katsh, Access to Digital Justice: Fair and Efficient Processes for the Modern Age, 18 CARDOZO J. CONFLICT RESOL. 637 (Spring 2017).
Jason Tashea, Tenant Power, 103 A.B.A. J. 16 (July 2017).
Jie Zheng, The Recent Development of Online Arbitration Rules in China, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 135 (2017).
3. COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY AND THE GOVERNMENT
Hillary Brill, Little Things and Big Changes: Information Privacy and the Internet of Things, 66 AM. U. L. REV. 1183 (2017).
David Brown & Sandra Toze, Information Governance in Digitized Public Administration, 60 CAN. PUB. ADMIN. 581 (2017).
Davide Cargnello & Maryantonett Flumian, Canadian Governance in Transition: Multilevel Governance in the Digital Era, 60 CAN. PUB. ADMIN. 605 (2017).
Amanda Clarke & Jonathan Craft, The Vestiges and Vanguards of Policy Design in a Digital Context, 60 CAN. PUB. ADMIN. 476 (2017).
Robert Corr, Big Data: Disruption and Government Power, 42 ALTERNATIVE L.J. 166 (2017)
Patrice Dutil & Julie Williams, Regulation Governance in the Digital Era: A New Research Agenda, 60 CAN. PUB. ADMIN. 562 (2017).
Kate Galloway, Big Data: A Case Study of Disruption and Government Power, 42 ALTERNATIVE L.J. 89 (2017).
Helmut Koziol, The Mobile System, 3 AUSTRIAN L. J. 160 (2017).
Peter Jones, The Futures of Canadian Governance: Foresight Competencies for Public Administration in the Digital Era, 60 CAN. PUB. ADMIN. 657 (2017).
Evert Lindquist & Irene House, Accountability and Monitoring Government in the Digital Era: Promise: Realism and Research for Digital-Era Governance, 60 CAN. PUB. ADMIN. 627 (2017).
Melissa Mortazavi, Rulemaking Ex Machina, 117 COLUM. L. REV. ONLINE 202 (Sept. 2017).
Elizabeth K. Ottman, It's Time To Open Up The L-1b: How The Emergence Of Open Source Technology Will Impact The L-1b Visa Program, 66 CATH. U.L. REV. 907 (2017).
Jeffrey Roy, Digital Government and Service Delivery: An Examination of Performance and Prospects, 60 CAN. PUB. ADMIN. 538 (2017).
Francesca Schley, Governed Through Choice: Autonomy, Technology and the Politics of Reproduction by Jennifer M. Denbow, 32 BERKELEY J. GENDER, L. & JUST. 177 (2017) (book review).
Helen Vera, Cover Story, "Regardless Of Physical Form": Legal and Practical Considerations Regarding the Application of State Open-Records Laws to Public Business Conducted by Text Message, 32 COMM. LAW. 24 (Spring 2017).
3.1 Computers, Technology and Law Enforcement
Mirko Bagaric et al., The Hardship That is Internet Deprivation and What it Means for Sentencing, 51 AKRON L. REV. 261 (Spring 2012).
Matthew G. Baker, Comment, The Third Party Doctrine And Physical Location: The Privacy Implications Of Warrantless Acquisition Of Historical Cell Site Location Information, 66 CATH. U.L. REV. 667 (2017).
Katherine Conway, Comment, Fundamentally Unfair: Databases, Deportation, and the Crimmigrant Gang Member, 67 AM. U. L. REV. 269 (2017).
David L. Hudson Jr., Private Notes, Public Scrutiny, 103 A.B.A. J. 18 (Feb. 2017).
David L. Hudson Jr., Public Employees, Private Speech, 103 A.B.A. J. 49 (May 2017).
Mark S. Levy, Note, Holding the FBI Accountable for Hacking Apple's Software Under the Takings Clause, 66 AM. U. L. REV. 1293 (2017).
Caren Myers Morrison, Body Camera Obscura: The Semiotics of Police Video, 54 AM. CRIM. L. REV. 791 (2017).
Stephen Rushin, Using Data to Reduce Police Violence, 57 B.C. L. REV. 117 (2017).
Brendan Slean, Public Sector Collective Bargaining and the Unilateral Implementation of Police Body Cameras, 26 B.U. PUB. INT. L.J. 229 (2017).
Jason Tashea, Calculating Crime, 103 A.B.A. J. 54 (Mar. 2017).
Jason Tasbea, Code of Science, 103 A.B.A. J. 18 (Dec. 2017).
Ethan Thomas, The Privacy Case for Body Cameras: The Need for a Privacy-Centric Approach to Body Camera Policymaking, 50 COLUM. J.L. & SOC. PROBS. 191 (Winter 2017).
Gilad Yadin, Virtual Reality Surveillance, 35 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L.J. 707 (2017).
3.2 Use of Computers and Technology by the Military
Justin C. Barnes, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future, 2017 ARMY LAW., 26 (Jan. 2017) (book review).
Elizabeth Canter & Ted Karch, The FTC's Privacy and Data Security Enforcement During the Obama Administration, 31 ABA ANTITRUST no.3, 34 (Summer 2017).
Mark Dourmashkin, Examining the Legalization of Daily Fantasy Sports, 25 CATH. U. 414 (Spring 2017).
Sarah Ensenat, Comment, Smart Baby Monitors: The Modern Nanny or a Home Invader, 26 CATH. U. 1 (Fall 2017).
David J. Kappos, Open Source Software and Standards Development Organizations: Symbiotic Functions in the Innovation Equation, 18 COLUM. SCI. & TECH. L. REV. 259 (Spring 2017).
John B. Meisel, How Might the Supreme Court, if it Reviews the Federal Communication Commission's 2015 Open Internet Order, Utilize the Chevron and the Arbitrary and Capricious Tests?, 25 CATH. U. 257 (Spring 2017).
Matthew H. Ormsbee, Silicon Symbiosis, 11 A.F.L. REV. 235 (2017).
Rebecca Helene Sussman, The Reusable Bomb: Exploring How the Law of Armed Conflict Applies in Cyberspace, 23 B.U. J. SCI. & TECH. L. 481 (2017).
David Wolber, Why the Iran Nuclear Agreement May Hinge on Boeing, Airbus Commercial Aircraft Deals, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 1 (2017).
John Yoo, Embracing the Machines: Rationalist War and New Weapons Technologies, 105 CAL. L. REV. 443 (2017).
3.3 Use of Computers and Technology by State and Federal Legislatures
P. Brooks Fuller, Mosaic Theory And Cyberharassment: Using Privacy Principles to Clarify the Law of Digital Harms and Free Speech, 22 COMM. L. & POL'Y 309 (Summer 2017).
Steven Young, Enforcing Constitutional Rights through Computer Code, 26 CATH. U. 1 (Fall 2017).
3.4 Regulation of Computers and Technology
Hillary Brill, Little Things and Big Changes: Information Privacy and the Internet of Things, 66 AM. U. L. REV. 1183 (2017).
Ryan Calo & Alex Rosenblat, The Taking Economy: Uber, Information, And Power, 117 COLUM. L. REV. 1623 (Oct. 2017).
Bret Cohen et al., Data Localization laws and Their Impact on Privacy, Data Security and the Global Economy, 32 ANTITRUST, 107 (Fall 2017).
Juliana DeVries, 20 Years for Clearing Your Browser, 22 BERKLEY J.CRIM. L. 13 (2017).
Patrick J. Lorio, Access Denied: Data Breach Litigation, Article III Standing, and a Proposed Statutory Solution, 51 COLUM. J.L. & SOC. PROBS. 79 (Fall 2017).
Di Ma, Taking a Byte Out of Bitcoin Regulation, 21 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 1 (2017).
Darien Pun, Comment, Rethinking Espionage in the Modern Era, 18 CHI. J. INT'L L. 353 (2017).
Angela Walch, The Path of The Blockchain Lexicon (and the Law), 36 REV. BANKING & FIN. L. 713 (2017).
Charles S. Wood, Cannibal Cop Out: Why Lenity is a Necessary, Yet Unworkable Solution in Interpreting the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 1849 (2017).
3.4.1 First Amendment Concerns
Hui Zhen Gan, Note, Corporations: The Regulated or the Regulators? The Role of IT Companies in Tackling Online Hate Speech in the EU, 24 COLUM. J. EUR. L. 111 (Winter 2017).
Dirk Auer & Nicholas Petit, Appropriability and the European Commission's Android Investigation, 23 COLUM. J. EUR. L. 647 (Summer 2017).
Terrell McSweeny & Brian O'Dea, The Implications of Algorithmic Pricing for Coordinated Effects Analysis and Price Discrimination Markets in Antitrust Enforcement, 32 ANTITRUST, 75 (Fall 2017).
Lewis T. Stevens, Update on Antitrust & the Legal Issues Surrounding Cloning in the Equine World, 9 KY. J. EQUINE, AGRIC. & NAT. RESOURCES L. 1 (2017).
Robert Yang, LOT NETwork Too Big for Antitrust?, 9 HASTINGS SCI. & TECH. L.J. 163 (Summer 2017).
3.4.3 FCC Regulation
Paul R. Gaus, Note, Only the Good Regulations Die Young: Recognizing the Consumer Benefits of the FCC's Now-Defunct Privacy Regulations, 18 MINN. J.L. SCI. & TECH. 713 (Spring 2017).
3.4.4 SEC Regulation
Michael Sherlock, Note, BitCoin: The Case Against Strict Regulation, 36 REV. BANKING & FIN. L. 975 (2017)
Robert T. Sherwin, Evidence? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Evidence!: How Ambiguity in Some States' Anti-SLAPP Laws Threatens to De-Fang a Popular and Powerful Weapon Against Frivolous Litigation, 40 COLUM. J.L. & ARTS 431 (Summer 2017).
4. ISSUES OF PRIVACY, SECURITY AND CRIME
Katlyn M. Brady, Note, Revenge in Modern Times: The Necessity of a Federal Law Criminalizing Revenge Porn, 28 HASTINGS WOMEN'S L.J. 3 (Winter 2017).
Isabella Buono, Mass Surveillance in the CJEU: Forging a European Consensus, 76 CAMBRIDGE L. J. 250 (2017).
Bennett Capers, Policing, Technology, and Doctrinal Assists, 69 FLA. L. REV. 723 (2017).
Hanley Chew & Tyler G. Newby, Eighth Circuit Holds Data Breach Plaintiffs Must Allege Actual Injury to Establish Standing, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 6 (Oct. 2017).
Brianne M. Chevalier, Hotline Ping: Harmonizing Contemporary Cell Phone Technology with Traditional Fourth Amendment Protections, 22 ROGER WILLIAMS U. L. REV. 297 (2017).
Johns Fleur, Data, Detection, and the Redistribution of the Sensible in International Law, 111 AM. J. INT'L L. 57 (2017).
Benjamin Klein, The Apple E-Books Case: When Is a Vertical Contract a Hub in a Hub-and-Spoke Conspiracy, 13 J. COMPETITION L. & ECON. 423 (Sept. 2017).
William Lehr & Douglas Sickert, Would You Like Your Internet With or Without Video?, J. L. TECH. & POLICY 73 (2017).
David S. Levine, Confidentiality Creep and Opportunistic Privacy, 20 TUL. J. TECH. & INTELL. PROP. 11 (2017).
Kevin McGillivary, A Right Too Far? Requiring Cloud Service Providers to Deliver Adequate Data Security to Consumers, 25 INT'L J. L. & INFO. TECH. 1 (Spring 2017).
Jens David Ohlin, Did Russian Cyber Interference in the 2016 Election Violate International Law?, 95 TEX. L. REV. 1579 (2017).
Dalmacio V. Posadas, Jr., After the Gold Rush: The Bush of the Internet of Things, and the Busts of Data-Security and Privacy, 28 FORDHAM INTELL. PROP. MEDIA. & ENT. L.J. 69 (Fall 2017).
4.1 Problems of Privacy
Alex Alben, "Reasonable Zones of Privacy"--The Supreme Court's Struggle to Find Clarity in the American Landscape Regarding Fourth Amendment Rights, 12 WASH. J. L. TECH. & ARTS 145 (Winter 2017).
Brianna Bogucki, Buying Votes in the 21st Century: The Potential Use of Bitcoins and Blockchain Technology in Electronic Voting Reform, 17 ASPER REV. OF INTER. BUS. & TRADE L. 59 (2017).
Jared Burns, Breach of Faith: A Lack of Policy for Responding to Data Breaches and What the Government Should Do About it, 69 FLA. L. REV. 959 (2017).
Andrew M. Anderson, Look, Up in the Sky! Regulating Drone use to Protect our Safety and Privacy, 90 TEMP. L. REV. ONLINE 48 (2017).
Ryan C. Chapman, Comment, The Outer Limits: IMSI-Catchers, Technology, and the Future of the Fourth Amendment, 44 PEPP. L. REV. 841 (2017).
Griffith Cheng, Latest Developments on the Right to be Forgotten--Is the Time Ripe for Hong Kong, 47 H.K. L. J. 847 (2017).
Nathan L. Colvin & Timothy C. Dougherty, Trends for Potential Insurance Coverage for Losses Arising from A Data Breach, 44 N. KY. L. REV. 29 (2017).
Jeffery Cullen, Future Crimes, 33 SYRACUSE J. OF SCI. AND TECH. L. 35 (2017) (book review).
Matthew K. Curtin, The Duty to Preserve Social Media Evidence, 35 QUINNIPIAC L. REV. 791 (2017).
Wendy N. Davis, Face Time, 103 A.B.A. J. 16 (Oct. 2017).
Basil A. DiSipio, Global Positioning Systems and Social Media--Anathemas to Privacy, 84 DEF. COUNS. J. 1 (Oct. 2017).
Jane Dunagin, Incoming: Regulating Drones in Oklahoma, 69 OKLA. L. REV. 457 (Spring 2017).
Brian J. Egan, International Law and Stability in Cyberspace, 35 BERKELEY J. INT'L L. 169 (2017).
Hillary B. Farber & Marvin J. Nodiff, Protecting Homeowners' Privacy Rights in the Age of Drones: The Role of Community Associations, 44 FORDHAM URB. L.J. 625 (July 2017).
Joshua A.T. Fairfield, Appetite for Destruction: Symbolic and Structural Facets of the Right to Destroy Digital Property, 74 WASH. & LEE L. REV. 539 (Winter 2017).
Michael A. Froomkin, Lessons Learned Too Well: Anonymity in a Time of Surveillance, 59 ARIZ. L. REV. 95 (2017).
Nicholas Green, Standing in the Future: The Case for a Substantial Risk Theory of "Injury in Fact" in Consumer Data Breach Class Actions, 58 B.C. L. REV. 287 (2017).
Shannon Gross, A Mystery Wrapped in an Encryption: Surveillance and Privacy in the Encrypted Era, 15 Nw. J. TECH. & INTELL. PROP. 73 (2017).
Charles J. Harder, Privacy, the First Amendment and Hulk Hogan's $140.1 Million Jury Verdict, 43 RUTGERS COMPUTER & TECH. L.J. 1 (2017).
Jaclyn K. Haughom, Who Are the Real Cyberhullies: Hackers or The FTC? The Fairness of The FTC's Authority in the Data Security Context, 66 CATH. U.L. REV. 881 (2017).
Helene Herauf & Sarah Kuntz, Comment, Reasonableness: A Case for Upholding the Warrantless Search in Riley v. California, 20 ADELPHIA L. J. 79 (2015-2017).
Noriko Higashizawa & Yuri Aihara, Data Privacy Protection of Personal Information Versus Usage of Big Data: Introduction of the Recent Amendment to the Act on the Protection of Personal Information (Japan), 84 DEF. COUNS. J. 1 (Oct. 2017).
Mike Hintze, In Defense of the Long Privacy Statement, 76 MD. L. REV. 1044 (2017).
David L. Hudson Jr., 21st-Century Standards, 103 A.B.A. J. 24 (July 2017).
Erin Jane Illman, Data Privacy Laws Targeting Biometric and Geolocation Technologies, 73 BUS. L. 191 (Winter 2017-18).
Madison Jennings, Protected Genetics: A Case for Property and Privacy Interests in One's Own Genetic Material, 23 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 1 (2017).
Michael Lang, Beyond Fitbit: A Critical Appraisal of Optical Heart Rate Monitoring Wearables and Apps, Their Current Limitations and Legal Implications, 28 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 39 (2017).
Derek Larson & Patrick S. Roberts, How Two Traditions of Privacy Defenses in Image Capture Technology Inform the Debate over Drones, 13 I/S J. L. & POL'Y FOR INFO. SOC'Y 465 (2017).
Efren Lemus, When Fingerprints Are Key: Reinstating Privacy to the Privilege Against Self-incrimination in Light of Fingerprint Encryption in Smartphones Comments, 70 S.M.U L. REV. 533 (Spring 2017).
J.B. Lind et al., Merchant Liability to Financial Institutions for a Data Breach, 44 N. KY. L. REV. 35 (2017).
Joseph Little, Privacy and Criminal Certainty: A New Approach to the Application of the Private Search Doctrine to Electronic Storage Devices, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 345 (Nov. 2017).
Jacob D. Mahle et al., Government Enforcement When Private Date Information is Breached: Guidance and Best Practices, 44 N. KY. L. REV. 41 (2017).
Sona R. Makker, Overcoming "Foggy" Notions of Privacy: How Data Minimization Will Enable Privacy in the Internet of Things, 85 UMKC L. REV. 895 (Summer 2017).
Richard M. Martinez, The Internet of Things: Privacy Issues in a Connected World Remarks Given at Protecting Virtual You: Individual and Informational Privacy in the Age of Big Data, 11 U. ST. THOMAS J.L. & PUB. POL'Y63 (2017).
Daniel Martin, Dispersing the Cloud: Reaffirming the Right to Destroy in a New Era of Digital Property, 74 WASH. & LEE L. REV. 467 (Winter 2017).
Michael Mattioli, The Data-Pooling Problem, 32 BERKELEY TECH. L.J. 179 (2017).
Eduardo R Mendoza, Network Investigation Techniques: Government Hacking and the Need for Adjustment in the Third-Party Doctrine Comment, 49 ST. MARY'S L. J. 237 (2017).
Russell A. Miller, A Pantomime of Privacy: Terrorism and Investigative Powers in German Constitutional Law, 58 B.C. L. REV. 1545 (2017).
Corinne Moini, Protecting Privacy in the Era of Smart Toys: Does Hello Barbie Have a Duty to Report, 25 CATH. U. 281 (Spring 2017).
Alyssa Murphy, Comment, Dating Dangerously: Risks Lurking within Mobile Dating Apps, 26 CATH. U. 1 (Fail 2017).
Jessy R. Nations, Revenge Porn and Narrowing the CDA: Litigating a Web-Based Tort in Washington, 12 WASH. J. L. TECH. & ARTS 189 (Winter 2017).
Sean M. Nolan, "Big Brother" in the Private Sector: Privacy Threats Under the FAA's New Civilian Drone Regulations, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 1451 (2017).
Marion Oswald, Jordan's Dilemma: Can Large Parties Still be Intimate? Redefining Public, Private and the Misuse of the Digital Person, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 6 (2017).
Ariel Pardee, Comment, Yershov v. Gannett: Rethinking the VPPA in the 21st Century, 69 ME. L. REV. 251 (2017).
Aaron Perzanowski, You Buy It, You Break It: A Comment on Dispersing the Cloud, 74 WASH. & LEE L. REV. 527 (Winter 2017).
Peter J. Pizzi, Connected Cars and Automated Driving: Privacy Challenges on Wheels, 84 DEF. COUNS. J. no.4, 1 (July 2017).
Steve Ragatzki, Comment, Filling in the Gaps in FAA Drone Regulations: A Proposed Dual-Zone Model of Personal Privacy, 25 J. INT'L L.& PRAC. 193 (2017).
Arielle M. Rediger, Always-Listening Technologies: Who is Listening and What Can Be Done About it?, 29 LOY. CONSUMER L. REV. 229 (2017).
David M. Remillard, Highway to the Danger Drone: Reconciling First Amendment Rights of Drone Owners and Privacy Rights of Individuals in Creating a Comprehensive Statutory Scheme in Rhode Island, 22 ROGER WILLIAMS U. L. REV. 640 (2017).
Eric W. Richardson et al., Consumer Class Actions Arising from Data Breaches Present a Battleground for Standing to Bring Suit, 44 N. KY. L. REV. 49 (2017).
Daniel L. Rubinfeld & Michal S. Gal, Lessons Learned Too Well: Anonymity in a Time of Surveillance, 59 ARIZ. L. REV. 339 (2017).
Carl E. Schneider, Comment, A Comment on Privacy and Accountability in Black-Box Medicine, 23 MICH. TELECOM. & TECH. L. REV. 321 (2017).
Tracy Shapiro & Libby Weingarten, Hello, Dolly: What You Need to Know About Connected Smart Toys and Privacy, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 1 (Oct. 2017).
David Thaw, Cybersecurity Stovepiping, 96 NEB. L. REV. 339 (2017).
Alexander H. Tran, The Internet of Things and Potential Remedies in Privacy Tort Law, 50 COLUM. J.L. & SOC. PROBS. 263 (Winter 2017).
Charlotte A. Tschider, Enhancing Cybersecurity for the Digital Marketplace, 26 ANN. HEALTH L. 1 (Winter 2017).
Jesse W. Woo, Smart Cities Pose Privacy Risks and Other Problems, but That Doesn't Mean We Shouldn't Build Them, 85 UMKC L. REV. 953 (Summer 2017).
4.1.1 Data Privacy
Jon T. Abrahamsen, Ad Blockers, Convenience or Trespass? Click Here to Find Out!, J. L. TECH. & POLICY 487 (2017).
Lindsey Barrett, Herbie Fully Downloaded: Data--Driven Vehicles and the Automobile Exception, 106 GEO. L.J. (2017-2018).
Pat Augustine, Wearable Evidence: Why the Pennsylvania Judiciary Should Require a Warrant to Search Wearable Technology, 17 PITT. J. TECH. L. & POL'Y [V] (2017).
B. Bodo et al., Tackling the Algorithmic Control Crisis - the Technical, Legal, and Ethical Challenges of Research into Algorithmic Agents, 19 YALE J.L. & TECH. 133 (2017).
Allison S. Bohm et al., Privacy and Liberty in an Always-On, Always-Listening World, 19 COLUM. Sci. & TECH. L. REV. 1 (Fall 2017).
Ayesha Bose et al., The Veicl Act: Safety and Security for Modern Vehicles, 53 WILLAMETTE L. REV. 137 (Spring 2017).
J. Alexandra Bruce, Is Uncle Sam Stalking You: Abandoning Warrantless Electronic Surveillance to Preclude Intrusive Government Searches, 6 J.L. & CYBER WARFARE 51 (Summer 2017).
Shakila Bu-Pasha, Cross-Border Issues Under EU Data Protection Law with Regards to Personal Data Protection, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L., 213 (2017).
Alexandra Burke, When Silence is Not Golden: The Stored Communications Act, Gag Orders, and the First Amendment, 69 BAYLOR L. REV. 596 (2017).
Robert H. Cauthen, The Fifth Amendment and Compelling Unencrypted Data, Encryption Codes, and Passwords, 41 AM. J. TRIAL ADVOC. 119 (2017).
Ignacio N. Cofone, The Dynamic Effect of Information Privacy Law, 18 MINN. J.L. SCI. & TECH. 517 (Spring 2017).
Anne E. Conroy, Reevaluating Attorney-Client Privilege in the Age of Hackers, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 1817 (2017).
Pamela C. Corley, Is Collecting Cell-Site Data a Search Under the Fourth Amendment: Carpenter v. United States, 38 JUST. SYS. J. 306 (July-Sept. 2017).
Stephen Corones & Juliet Davis, Protecting Consumer Privacy and Data Security: Regulatory Challenges and Potential Future Directions, 45 FED. L. REV. 65 (2017).
McKay Cunningham, Privacy Law that Does Not Protect Privacy, Forgetting the Right to be Forgotten, 65 BUFF. L. REV. 495 (2017).
Joseph Dehner, The United States' Perspective on Data Protection in Financial Technology (Fintech), Insurance, and Medical Services, 44 N. KY. L. REV. 13 (2017).
Jordan Z. Dillon, Standing on the Wrong Foot: The Seventh Circuit's Eccentric Attempt to Rescue Risk-Based Standing in Data Breach Litigation, 56 WASHBURN L.J. 123 (Winter 2017).
Laura K. Donohe, The Fourth Amendment in a Digital World, 71 N.Y.U. ANN. SURV. AM. L. 553 (2017).
Megan Dowty, Life Is Short: Go to Court: Establishing Article III Standing in Data Breach Cases Notes, 90 S. CAL. L. REV. 683 (Mar. 2017).
Griffin Drake, Navigating the Atlantic: Understanding EU Data Privacy Compliance Amidst a Sea of Uncertainty Note, 91 S. CAL. L. REV. 1 (Nov. 2017).
Louiza Dudin, Networked Medical Devices: Finding a Legislative Solution to Guide Healthcare into the Future Notes, 40 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 1085 (2017).
Dhiraj R. Duraiswami, Privacy and Data Protection in India, 6 J.L. & CYBER WARFARE 166 (Summer 2017).
Lilian Edwards & Michael Veale, Slave to the Algorithm? Why a 'Right To An Explanation' is Probably Not the Remedy You Are Looking For, 16 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 18 (Dec. 2017).
Stacy-Ann Elvy, Paying For Privacy and the Personal Data Economy, 117 COLUM. L. REV. 1369 (Oct. 2017).
Meredith Mays Espino, A Tale of Two Phones: A Discussion of Law Enforcement's Use of the All Writs Act to Enforce Apple to Open Private iPhones, 43 RUTGERS COMPUTER & TECH. L.J. 97 (2017).
Deborah R. Farringer, Send Us the Bitcoin or Patients Will Die: Addressing the Risks of Ransomware Attacks on Hospitals, 40 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 937 (2017).
Jody L. Ferris, Note, Data Privacy and Protection in the Agriculture Industry: Is Federal Regulation Necessary, 18 MINN. J.L. SCI. & TECH. 309 (Winter 2017).
Andrew Guthrie Ferguson, The "Smart" Fourth Amendment, 102 CORNELL L. REV. 547 (Mar. 2017).
Mary Anne Franks, "Revenge Porn " Reform: A View From the Front Lines, 79 FLA. L. REV. 1251 (2017).
Christopher W. Folk, Note, The Internet of Things and Cybersecurity: What Does a Lawyer Need to Know, 33 SYRACUSE J. OF SCI. AND TECH. L. 48 (2017).
Arturo Javier Garcia, Not All Heroes Wear Capes: Microsoft and Apple v. the Department of Justice, 25 WILLAMETTE J. INT'L L. & DIS. RES. 78 (2017).
Ryan L. Garner, Note, Evaluating Solutions to Cyber Attack Breaches of Health Data: How Enacting a Private Right of Action for Breach Victims Would Lower Costs, 14 IND. HEALTH L. REV. 127 (2017).
Michelle Geronimo, Note, Online Browsing: Can, Should, and May Companies Combine Online and Offline Data to Learn About You?, 9 HASTINGS SCI. & TECH. L.J. 211 (Summer 2017).
Kevin Golembiewski, All Data Are Not Created Equal: Upholding the Fourth Amendment's Guarantees When Third Party Consent Meets the Shared Electronic Device, 56 WASHBURN L.J. 35 (Winter 2017).
Inge Graef, EU Competition Law, Data Protection and Online Platforms: Data as Essential Facility, 42 EUR. L. REV. 920 (2017).
Johannes Hager, Privacy Protection in Social Media from a Private Law Perspective, 2 AUSTRIAN L. J. 95 (2017).
Woodrow Hartzog, Essay, The Inadequate, Invaluable Fair Information Practices, 76 MD. L. REV. 952 (2017).
Eric Johnson, Lost in the Cloud: Cloud Storage, Privacy, and Suggestions for Protecting Users' Data Note, 69 STAN. L. REV. 867 (Mar. 2017).
Margot E. Kaminski et al., Averting Robot Eyes, 76 MD. L. REV. 983 (2017).
Marissa Kay, Reviving the Fourth Amendment: Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in a Cell Phone Age, 50 J. MARSHALL L. REV. 555 (2017).
Meriem El-Khattabi, Mining for Success: Have Student Data Privacy and Educational Data Mining Created a Legislative War Zone?, J. L. TECH. & POLICY 511 (2017).
Paula Kift & Helen Nissenbaum, Metadata in Context- An Ontological and Normative Analysis of the NSA's Bulk Telephony Metadata Collection Program, 13 I/S J. L. & POL'Y FOR INFO. SOC'Y 333 (2017).
Emilio Longoria, Invisible, But Not Transparent: An Analysis of the Data Privacy Issues That Could Be Implicated by the Widespread Use of Connected Vehicles, 28 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 1 (2017).
Branden Ly, Never Home Alone: Data Privacy Regulations for the Internet of Things, 2017 J. L. TECH. & POLICY 539 (2017).
Milda Macenaite & Eleni Kosta, Consent for Processing Children 's Personal Data in the EU: Following in US Footsteps?, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 146 (2017).
Gabe Maldoff & Omer Tene, Putting Data Benefits in Context: A Response to Kift and Nissenbaum, 13 I/S J. L. & POL'Y FOR INFO. SOC'Y 383 (2017).
Alexander Makulilo, Rebooting Democracy? Political Data Mining and Biometric Voter Registration in Africa, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 198 (2017).
Jonathan Mayer, Government Hacking, 127 YALE L.J. 570 (2017).
Conor L. McSweeney, Defending with Clapper: Applying the Supreme Court's Article III Standing Interpretation to Data Breach Lawsuits, 18 J. HIGH TECH. L. 1 (2017).
Alexandra Menosky, Walk Out Technology: The Need to Amend Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act to Protect Consumer Privacy and Promote Corporate Transparency, 17 PITT. J. TECH. L. & POL'Y [i] (2017).
Samuel Drew Miller, Note, Bridging the (Information) Gap: Reconciling and Re-Codifying State and Federal Personal Data Policy, 33 SYRACUSE J. OF SCI. AND TECH. L. 127 (2017).
Jon L. Mills & Kelsey Harclerode, Privacy, Mass Intrusion, and the Modern Data Breach, 69 FLA. L. REV. 771 (2017).
Sarit K. Mizrahi, The Dangers of Sharing Cloud Storage: The Privacy Violations Suffered by Innocent Cloud Users During the Course of Criminal Investigations in Canada and the United States, 25 TUL. J. INT'L & COMP. L. 303 (Spring 2017).
Jojo Y.C. Mo, Cookies and Browser-Generated Information: The Challenge in Hong Kong under the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, 38 STATUTE L. REV. 57 (2017).
Corinne Moini, Mandated Ethical Hacking - A Repackaged Solution, 23 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 1 (2017).
Tanya Murray, How to Slay the Hydra: Adopting Charles Ann Wright's the Law of Remedies as a Social Institution as a Framework for Preventing Data Breaches, 94 U. DET. MERCY L. REV. 127 (Winter 2017).
Beth Simone Noveck, Rights-Based and Tech-Driven: Open Data, Freedom of Information, and the Future of Government Transparency, 19 YALE HUM. R.L.J. 1 (2017).
Jason P. Ottomano, Note, What Would Grandma Say?: How to Respond When Cyber Hackers Reveal Private Information to the Public, 102 CORNELL L. REV. 1743 (Sept. 2017).
Antonio Taveres Paes, Privacy and Data Protection in Brazil, 5 J.L. & CYBER WARFARE 225 (Winter 2017).
Jennifer M. Paulson, Cyber Insecurity: Constitutional Rights in the Digital Era Comments, 41 S. ILL. U. L.J. 261 (Winter 2017).
Henry Pearce, Big Data and the Reform of the European Data Protection Framework: An Overview of Potential Concerns Associated with Proposals for Risk Management-Based Approaches to the Concept of Personal Data, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 312 (2017).
Alexis M. Peddy, Dangerous Classroom 'App"-titude: Protecting Student Privacy from Third-Party Educational Service Providers, 17 B YU EDUC. & L. J. 125 (2017).
John D. Perry, Section Eight, Pipeda, and the Problem of Shifting Norms: A Case for a Contract Model of Data Privacy, 16 WASH. U. GLOBAL STUD. L. REV. 513 (2017).
Stefan Perner, Privacy Protection in Social Media from a Private Law Perspective, 2 AUSTRIAN L. J. 105 (2017).
Privacy and Data Protection in Brazil, 5 J.L. & CYBER WARFARE 225 (Winter 2017).
Aliya Ramji et al., Managing Big Data Privacy and Security, 46 INT'L L.NEWS 1 (2017).
Danhoe Reddy-Girard, French Data Protection Rules, 46 INT'L L. NEWS 11 (2017).
Richard A. Robertson, The Unconstitutionality of Bulk Data Collection, 26 B.U. PUB. INT. L. J. 151 (2017).
Theodore Rostow, What Happens When an Acquaintance Buys Your Data: A New Privacy Harm in the Age of Data Brokers, 34 YALE J. ON REG. 667 (Summer 2017).
Alan Rubel, Legal Archetypes and Metadata Collection, 34 WIS. INT'L L.J. 823 (Summer 2017).
Merissa Sabol, You Can Run but You Can't Hide: Cell Phone Tracking Data Do Not Receive Fourth Amendment Protection Case Notes, 20 S.M.U SCI. & TECH. L. J. 75 (Spring 2017).
Paul M. Schwartz & Karl--Nikolaus Peifer, Transatlantic Data Privacy Law, 106 GEO. L.J. (2017-2018).
Margaret Byrne Sedgewick, Transborder Data Privacy as Trade, 105 CAL. L. REV. 1513 (2017).
Eddy R. Smith, Where There's a Will: Turning Virtual Impossibility into Tangible Reality: Planning for and Administering Digital Assets, 31 TENN. B.J. 32 (2017).
Julie Sobowale, Managing Cyberrisk: Large or Small, Law Firms Are Learning They Must Deal With Cybersecurity, 103 A.B.A. J. 34 (Mar. 2017).
Kaitlyn Stone, Enter the World of Yesterday, Tomorrow and Fantasy: Walt Disney World's Creation and its Implications on Privacy Right Under the Magicbrand System, 18 J. HIGH TECH. L. 198 (2017).
Russell Taber III, You've Been Hacked: Tennessee Law Updates Your Obligations After a Data Breach, 31 TENN. B.J. 12 (2017).
Coleman L. Torrans, How Did They Know That: Cell Site Simulators and the Secret Invasion of Privacy Comments, 92 TUL. L. REV. 519 (Dec. 2017).
Judith Townsend, Data Protection and the 'Right to be Forgotten' in Practice: a UK Perspective, 45 INT'L J. LEGAL INFO. 28 (2017).
Alexandra Troiano, Wearables and Personal Health Data: Putting a Premium on Your Privacy, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 1715 (2017).
Emma Trotter, Patron Data Privacy Protection at Public Libraries: The Ethical Model Big Data Lacks, 73 N.Y.U. ANN. SURV. AM. L. 73 (2017).
Asma A. I. Vranaki, Regulating Social Networking Sites: Facebook, Online Behavioral Advertising, Data Protection Laws and Power, 43 RUTGERS COMPUTER & TECH. L.J. 168 (2017).
W. Gregory Voss, Internet, New Technologies, and Value: Taking Share of Economic Surveillance, 2017 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & POL'Y 469 (Fall 2017).
Paul J. Watanabe, An Ocean Apart: The Transatlantic Data Privacy Divide and the Right to Erasure Note, 90 S. CAL. L. REV. 1111 (July 2017).
Mark Weiler, Legislating Usability: Freedom of Information Laws That Help Users Identify What They Want, 7 J. INT'L MEDIA & ENT. L. 101 (June 2017).
Kelsey Wilbanks & Armani Vadiee, Beyond Prototyping: 3D Printing in Government Contracts, 52 PROCUREMENT LAW. 1 (Winter 2017).
4.1.2 Privacy in the Workplace
Ifeoma Ajunwa et al., Limitless Worker Surveillance, 105 CAL. L. REV. 735 (2017).
Taylor N. Brailey, Note, Discrimination in the Age of Social Media: the New Dangers of Cat's Paw Liability, 35 J.L. & COM. 271 (Spring 2017).
James Denvil & Tim Wybitul, European Court Proposes Criteria for Assessing Employee Monitoring Activities, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 7 (Oct. 2017).
Ashtyn Hemendinger, Note, Not Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining: The Implications of Cloud-Based Computing and Bring Your Own Devices on Employment Monitoring and the Dynamic Shift in the Definition of the Workplace, 34 HOFSTRA LAB. & EMP. L.J. 415 (Spring 2017).
Adrienn Lukacs, To Post, or Not To Post--That is the Question: Employee Monitoring and Employees; Right to Data Protection, 11 MASARYK U. J. L. & TECH. 185 (Fall 2017).
Pauline T. Kim, Data-Driven Discrimination at Work, 58 WM & MARY L. REV. 857 (Feb., 2017).
Sharon D. Nelson & John W. Simek, Will Our Data Be Any Safer in 2026?, 42 MONT. LAW. 22 (Apr. 2017).
Monica Ricci et al., Cybersecurity Games: Building Tomorrow's Workforce, 5 J.L. & Cyber Warfare 183 (Winter 2017).
State Bar of Montana, Law Firm Security: LawPay Security Series: Simple Steps to Better Law Firm Data Protection, Law Firm Security Step I: Identify Your Cyber-Assets, 42 MONT. LAW. 12 (Jan. 2017).
State Bar of Montana, Law Firm Security: LawPay Security Series: Step 2: Strengthen Your Passwords, 42 MONT. LAW. 18 (Feb. 2017).
State Bar of Montana, Law Firm Security: LawPay Security Series: Step 3: Fortify Your Network, 42 MONT. LAW. 11 (Mar. 2017).
State Bar of Montana, Law Firm Security: LawPay Security Series: Step 4: Protect Your Internal Systems, 42 MONT. LAW. 14 (Apr. 2017).
State Bar of Montana, Law Firm Security: LawPay Security Series: Step 5: Secure Your Sensitive Data, 42 MONT. LAW. 16 (May 2017).
Samuel A. Thumma, When You Cannot Just Say No: Protecting the Online Privacy of Employees and Students, 69 S.C. L. REV. 1 (Summer 2017).
Emily J. Tewes, #Privatesphere: Can Privacy Law Adequately Protect Employees amidst the Complexities of the Modern Employment Relationship, 57 SANTA CLARA L. REV. 287 (2017).
Alan Wehbe, OPM Data Breach Case Study: Mitigating Personnel Cybersecurity Risk, 26 B.U. PUB. INT. L. J. 75 (2017).
Rebecca J. Wilson et al., Busting the Black Box: Big Data, Employment and Privacy, 84 DEF. COUNS. J. 1 (July 2017).
Joseph Abrenio et al., Cyber Security and the Grid: We'll Leave the Lights on for You (If We Can), 33 SYRACUSE J. OF SCI. AND TECH. L. 3 (2017).
Thomas H. Bentz, Jr., Is Your Cyber Liability Insurance Any Good? A Guide for Banks to Evaluate Their Cyber Liability Insurance Coverage, 21 N.C. BANKING INST. 39 (2017).
Barbara Pfeffer Billauer, Weapons of Mass Hysteria, Faulty Biothreat Predictions, and Their Impact on National (In)Security: A Case-Study of Smallpox or the Misuse of Mathematical Modeling to Project Biothreats, Terrorism Attacks, and Epidemics, 27 HEALTH MATRIX 347 (2017).
Steven R. Chabinsky et al., NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulations Compliance Guide: Applicability, Exemptions, and Penalties, 134 BANKING L.J. 263 (2017).
Nolan Chandler, O Drone, Where Art Thou?, 38 WHITTIER L. REV. 239 (Spring 2017).
Steven I. Friedland, Drinking from the Fire House: How Massive Self-Surveillance from the Internet of Things is Changing the Face of Privacy, 119 W. VA. L. REV. 891 (Spring 2017).
Maria Eduarda Goncalves, The EC Data Protection Reform and the Challenges of Big Data: Remaining Uncertainties and Ways Forward, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L., 90 (2017).
Justin (Gus) Hurwitz, State, Local, and Regional Issues in Cybersecurity: Symposium Introduction, 96 NEB. L. REV. 247 (2017).
Eric Talbot Jensen et al., A Cyber Duty of Due Diligence: Gentle Civilizer or Crude Destabilizer?, 95 TEX. L. REV. 1555 (2017).
Caleb Kennedy, New Threats To Vehicle Safety: How Cybersecurity Policy Will Shape The Future Of Autonomous Vehicles, 23 MICH. TELECOMM. & TECH. L. REV. 343 (2017).
Jay P. Kesan & Carol M. Hayes, Strengthening Cybersecurity with Cyberinsurance Markets and Better Risk Assessment, 102 MINN. L. REV. 191 (Nov. 2017).
Natasha G. Kohne et al., NYDFS: A Lawyer's Responsibility--New York Financial Regulator to Enforce First-of-Its-Kind Cybersecurity Regulations, 134 BANKING L. J. 227 (2017).
Ann Koppuzha, Secrets and Security: Over Classification and Civil Liberty in Administrative National Security Decisions, 80 ALB. L. REV 501 (2016-2017).
Bradford C. Mank, Data Breaches, Identity Theft, and Article III Standing: Will the Supreme Court Resolve the Split in the Circuits?, 92 NOTRE DAME L. REV. 1323 (2017).
Dustin Mauck & Kornel Rady, Cybersecuirty Meets Securities: What Should Be Done, 45 SEC. REG. L J. (2017).
Lorelie S. Masters et al., Blockchain: Tapping its Potential and Insuring Against its Risks, 2017 Bus. L. TODAY 1 (Sept. 2017).
Kevin C. McNiff & Vander L. Beatty, Operation Digital Shield: Cybersecurity Regulations and Best Practices for Investment Advisers, 2017 BUS. L. TODAY 1 (June 2017).
Nicholas R. Merker et al., The Password is Dead; Is Knowledge-Based Authentication Far Behind?, 134 BANKING L. J. 375 (2017).
Sharon D. Nelson et al., Risk Management, 103 A.B.A. J. 28 (Oct. 2017).
Jessica L. Opila, How Elonis Failed to Clarify the Analysis of "True Threats " in Social Media Cases and the Subsequent Need for Congressional Response, 24 MICH. TELECOMM. & TECH. L. REV. 95 (2017).
Kim Peretti & Nameir Abbas, Lawyers and Cybersecurity: A Brief History, Yet a Rapidly Expanding and Evolving Role, 31 ANTITRUST 56 (Summer 2017).
Monica Ricci et al., Cybersecurity Games: Building Tomorrow's Workforce, 5 J.L. & Cyber Warfare 183 (Winter 2017).
Jeramie P. Scott, Drone Surveillance: The FAA's Obligation to Respond to the Privacy Risks, 44 FORDHAM URB. L.J. 767 (July 2017).
Scott J. Shackelford et al., From Russia with Love: Understanding the Russian Cyber Threat to U.S. Critical Infrastructure and What to Do About It, 96 NEB. L. REV. 320 (2017).
Michael Sinanian, Jailbreakl: What Happens When Autonomous Vehicle Owners Hack Into Their Own Cars, 23 MICH. TELECOMM. & TECH. L. REV. 357 (2017).
Ilona Stadnik, What is an International Cybersecurity Regime and How We Can Achieve It?, 11 MASARYK U. J. L. & TECH. 129 (Summer 2017).
Minhquang N. Trang, Compulsory Corporate Cyber-Liability Insurance: Outsourcing Data Privacy Regulation to Prevent and Mitigate Data Breaches, 18 MINN. J.L. SCI. & TECH. 389 (Winter 2017).
Roland Trope & Tom Smedinghoff, The Importance of Cybersecurity Due Diligence in M&A Transactions, 2017 BUS. L. TODAY 1 (Sept. 2017).
Roland L. Trope & Lixian Loong Hantover, Reckoning with the Hacker Age: Cybersecurity Developments, 73 BUS. L. 227 (Winter 2017-2018).
Jennifer Ann Urban, Not Your Granddaddy's Aviation Industry: The Need to Implement Cybersecurity Standards and Best Practices Within the International Aviation Industry, 27 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 62 (2017).
Joseph J. Vacek, The Next Frontier in Drone Law: Liability for Cybersecurity Negligence and Data Breaches for UAS Operators, 39 CAMPBELL L. REV. 135 (2017).
Paige C. Anderson, Note, Cyber Attack Exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, 102 CORNELL L. REV. 1087 (May 2017).
Gary D. Brown, International Law Applies to Cyber Warfare! Now What?, 46 Sw. L. REV. 335 (2017).
Mary Ellen Callahan, Feature, Once More into the Breachbest Practices for Managing Data Breaches Internationally, 32 CRIM. JUST. 20 (Summer 2017).
Tyrone R. Childress, Richard DeNatale & Jason B. Lissy, No More Tears: Insurance Coverage for the "WannaCry" Ransomware Attack, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 3 (July 2017).
Michael A. Conforti, Unharmonious Coexistence: How America's Military Obsession Has Demonstrated the Incompatibility of Weaponized Drones and Sovereignty, 43 RUTGERS COMPUTER & TECH. L.J. 246 (2017).
Pete Cooper, Cognitive Active Cyber Defense: Finding Value Through Hacking Human Nature, 5 J.L. & CYBER WARFARE 57 (Winter 2017).
Benjamin Dean & Rose McDermott, A Research Agenda to Improve Decision Making in Cyber Security Policy, 5 PENN ST. J.L. & INT'L AFF. 29 (2017).
Luis J. Diaz et al., The Risks and Liability of Governing Board Members to Address Cyber Security Risks in Higher Education, 43 J.C. &U. L. 49 (2017).
Maj. Gen. Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., "Cybervandalism"or "Digital Act of War?" America's Muddled Approach to Cyber Incidents Will Not Deter More Crises, 42 N.C.J. INT'L L. 989 (2017).
James Eastman, Note, Avoiding Cyber-Pearl Harbor: Evaluating Government Efforts to Encourage Private Sector Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity Improvements, 18 COLUM. SCI. & TECH. L. REV 515 (Spring 2017).
Philip Favro et al., The New Information Governance Playbook for Addressing Digital Age Threats, 23 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 1(2017).
Francoise Gilbert, FTC Files Complaint Against Manufacturer of IoT Devices for Deficient Security Measures, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 3 (Jan./Feb. 2017).
Jessica A. Gunzel, Tackling the Cyber Threat: The Impact of the DOD's Network Penetration Reporting and Contracting for Cloud Services Rule on DOD Contractor Cybersecurity, 46 Pub. Cont. L.J. 687 (Spring 2017).
Samuli Haataja, The 2007 Cyber Attacks Against Estonia and International Law on the use of Force: An Informational Approach, 9 L. INNOVATION & TECH. 159 (2017).
Jaclyn K. Haughom, Who are the Real Cyberbullies: Hackers or the FTC? The Fairness of the FTC's Authority in the Data Security Context, 66 CATH. U.L. REV. 881 (2017).
Ryan J. Hay ward, Note, Evaluating The "Imminence" of a Cyber Attack for Purposes of Anticipatory Self Defense, 117 COLUM. L. REV. 399 (Mar. 2017).
Jacob N. Heller et al., Cybersecurity and the New Trump Administration: Your Top Ten Questions Answered, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 1 (June 2017).
Eric Hipkins et al., Hunt: Securing the Commercial Sector Since 2013, 5 J.L. & CYBER WARFARE 173 (Winter 2017).
Chanley T. Howell, The Top Six Takeaways from Auto-ISAC's and NHTSA's Cybersecurity Best Practices, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 2 (Apr. 2017).
Margaret Hu, Biometric Cyberintelligence and the Posse Comitatus Act, 66 EMORY L.J. 697 (2016-17).
Krista A. Nunez, Negotiating in and around Critical Infrastructure Vulnerabilities: Why the Department of Defense Should Use Its Other Transaction Authority in the New Age of Cyber Attacks, 46 PUB. CONT. L.J. 663 (Spring 2017).
David N. Lawrence et al., It's the Cybercrime and its Sponsors (Not My Cybersecurity) Stupid, 5 J. L. CYBER WARFARE 1 (Winter 2017).
Ian Yuying Lui, State Responsibility and Cyberattacks: Defining Due Diligence Obligations, 4 INDON. J. INT'L & COMP. L. 191 (Feb. 2017).
Peter Margulies, Global Cybersecurity, Surveillance, and Privacy: The Obama Administration's Conflicted Legacy, 24 IND. J. GLOBAL LEGAL STUD. no. 2, 459 (2017).
Peter Pascucci, Distinction and Proportionality in Cyberwar: Virtual Problems with a Real Solution, 26 MINN. J. INT'L L. 419 (Summer 2017).
Andrew J. Pecoraro, Drawing Lines In The Cloud: Implications of Extraterritorial Limits to the Stored Communications Act, 51 CREIGHTON L. REV. 75 (Dec. 2017).
Genna Promnick, Note, Cyber Economic Espionage: Corporate Theft and the New Patriot Act, 9 HASTINGS SCI. & TECH. L.J. 89 (Winter 2017).
Jessica Sharron & Janille I. Chambers, Government Contractors May See Changes in Cybersecurity and IT Procurement, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 2 (Sept. 2017).
Sharon Roberg-Perez, The Future is Now: Biometric Information and Data Privacy, 31 ANTITRUST 60 (Summer 2017).
Troy Anderson, Note, Fitting a Virtual Peg into a Round Hole: Why Existing International Law fails to Govern Cyber Reprisals, 34 ARIZ. J. INT'L & COMP. L. 135 (2017).
James A. Sherer, Melinda L. McLellan, Emily R. Fedeles & Nichole L. Sterling, Ransomware - Practical and Legal Considerations for Confronting the New Economic Engine of the Dark Web, 23 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 1 (2017).
Daniel E. Schoeni, Still Too Slow for Cyber Warfare: Why Extension of the Rapid Acquisition Authority and the Special Emergency Procurement Authority to Cyber are Half Measures, 46 Pub. Cont. L.J. 833 (Summer 2017).
James Emory Tucker, Jr., The Targeting of Non-State-Affiliated Civilians in Cyberspace: Lagging Loac Principles Cause Uncertainty on Both Sides, 42 N.C.J. INT'L L. 1013 (2017).
Hannah Vail, Cybersecurity Reform in the Wake of the OPM Breach Notes, 50 SUFFOLK U. L. REV. 221 (2017).
Beatrice A. Walton, Duties Owed: Low-Intensity Cyber Attacks and Liability for Transboundary Torts in International Law, 126 YALE L.J. 1460 (Mar. 2017).
4.2.2 Encryption and Digital Signatures
Eric Manpearl, Preventing Going Dark: A Sober Analysis and Reasonable Solution to Preserve Security in the Encryption Debate, 28 U. FLA. J.L. & PUB. POL'Y 65 (Apr. 2017).
Brian L. Owsley, Lavabitten, 119 W. VA. L. REV. 941 (Spring 2017).
Alexa Wainscott, A "Golden Key" to Pandora's Box: The Security Risks of Government-Mandated Backdoors to Encrypted Communications, 44 N. KY. L. REV. 57 (2017).
Ehsan Zaffar, Why Courts May Be Where the Future of Encryption is Decided, 2017 BUS. L. TODAY 1 (Sept. 2017).
Hannah L. Bedard, The Potential for Bioprediction in Criminal Law, 18 COLUM. SCI. & TECH. L. REV. 268 (Spring 2017).
Christian Bergauer, Cyber Crime--The Digitized Culprit, 2 AUSTRIAN L.J. 119(2017).
Peter N. Borden, The Peering Predator: Drone Technology Leaves Children Unprotected from Registered Sex Offenders, 39 CAMPBELL L. REV. 167 (2017).
Case Comment, Criminal Law--Computer Fraud and Abuse Act--Ninth Circuit Affirms Conviction of a Former Employee Who Used Another Employee's Password--United States v. Nosal (Nosal II), 130 HARV. L. REV. 1265 (Feb. 2017).
Jonathan Danielczyk, 3-D Printed Guns: A Developing Technology with Dangerous Potential, 17 PITT. J. TECH. L. & POL'Y [i] (2017).
Matthew Dobill, Note, Leveling (Up) The Playing Field: A Policy-Based Case for Legalizing and Regulating Esports Gambling, 37 LOY. L.A. ENT. L. REV. 139(2017).
Michael S. Dorsi &Keenan W. Ng, Computer Criminal Intent, 51 U.S.F. L. REV. 469 (2017).
Brianna M. Espeland, Note, Implications of the Private Search Doctrine in a Digital Age: Advocating for Limitations on Warrantless Searches through Adoption of the Virtual File Approach, 53 IDAHO L. REV. 777 (2017).
Ryan H. Gilinson, Clicks and Tricks: How Computer Hackers Avoid 10b-5 Liability, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 1305 (2017).
Anita Lavorgna, Hacked: A Radical Approach to Hacker Culture and Crime, 27 INT'L CRIM. JUST. REV. 295 (2017) (book review).
Christine LiCalzi, Computer Crime, 54 AM. CRIM. L. REV. 1025 (2017).
Brittani Ready, Comment, Words as Weapons: Electronic Communications that Result in Suicide and the Uncomfortable Truth with Criminal Culpability Based on Words Alone, 36. ST. LOUIS U. PUB. L. REV. 113 (2017).
Susanne Reindl-Krauskopf, Cyber Crime--The Digitized Culprit, 2 THE AUSTRIAN L. J. 110 (2017).
Zoe Russel, Comment, First They Came for the Child Pornographers: The FBI's International Search Warrant to Hack the Dark Web, 49 ST. MARY'S L. J. 269 (2017).
Alex N. Samaei, The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: Are you still Watching?, 18 J. HIGH TECH. L. 98 (2017).
Vivek Sehrawat, Legal Status of Drones under LOAC and International Law, 5 PENN ST. J.L. & INT'L AFF. 164 (2017).
Britton Shields, Air Traffic Control: How Mexican Cartels Are Utilizing Drones to Traffic Narcotics into the United States, 5 PENN ST. J.L. & INT'L AFF. 207 (2017).
Rob Spicer, The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: Punishing Hackers and Solving Employment Disputes in the Same Statute, 44 N. KY. L. REV. 83 (2017)'
Futoshi Dean Takatsuki, Comment, United States V. Nosal II, 37 LOY. L.A. ENT. L. REV. 305 (2017).
Mark Walsh, Cell Block, 103 A.B.A. J. 20 (Dec. 2017).
Daniel Yeager, ESSA Y: Certain Certiorari: The Digital Privacy Rights of Probationers, 50 CONN. L. REV. Online 1 (Fall 2017).
Jaijia Yu, Cybercrime in China--A Review Focusing on Increasing Criminalisation of Harmful Cyber activities, 47 H.K. L. J., 937 (2017).
Ashley A. Cardenas, The SAVE Act of 2015: Congress' Attempt to Reprioritize Online Child Sex Trafficking Notes, 91 ST. JOHN'S L. REV. 505 (Summer 2017).
Paul R. DeMuro, Keeping Internet Pirates at Bay: Ransomware Negotiation in the Healthcare Industry, 41 NOVA L. REV. 349 (2017).
Kayla Hardesty, Vacci [Nation]: New York as a Stepping Stone to a Healthier Country, 30 J. C.R. & ECON. DEV. 273 (Fall 2017).
Benjamin A. Holden, Unmasking the Teen Cyberbully, 51 AKRON L.REV. 1 (Spring 2017).
Michael S. Isselin, #stopimmunizing: Why Social Networking Platform Liability Is Necessary to Provide Adequate Redress for Victims of Cyber bullying, 61 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. 369 (2017).
Matt Kass, Elonis v. United States: At the Crossroads of First Amendment and Criminal Jurisprudence in the Digital Age, 43 RUTGERS COMPUTER & TECH. L.J. 110 (2017).
Taryn Pahigian, Note, Ending the Revenge Porn Epidemic: The Anti-Revenge Porn Act, 30 J. C.R. & ECON. DEV. 105 (Fall 2017).
Ronbert H. Schwartz, Laying the Foundation for Social Media Prosecutions Under 18 U.S.C. S 2339b, 48 LOY. U. CHI. L.J. 1181 (Summer 2017).
5. COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION
Katrina V. Berroya, Note, Bullying Beyond the Schoolhouse Gate: How School Districts Can Constitutionally Regulate Off-Campus Cyberspeech, 46 Sw. L. REV. 445 (2017).
Meriem El-Khattabi, Mining for Success: Have Student Data Privacy and Educational Data Mining Created a Legislative Wat-Zone, 2017 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & POL'Y 511 (Fall 2017).
Douglas S. Lavine & Maria A. Kahn, Effective Advocacy in the Digital Age: Ten Suggestions for Today's Practitioners, 35 QUINNIPIAC L. REV. 769 (2017).
W. Craig Riddel & Xueda Song, The Role of Education in Technology Use and Adoption: Evidence from the Canadian Workplace and Employee Survey, 70 ILR REV.: J. WORK & POL'Y, 1219 (2017).
Mark Sableman, Typographic Legibility: Delivering Your Message Effectively, 17 SCRIBES J. LEG. WRITING 9 (2017).
5.1 Legal Education
Kate Galloway, A Rationale and Framework for Digital Literacies in Legal Education, 27 LEGAL EDUC. REV. 1 (2017).
6. COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS
Richard Acello, Easy Access, 103 A.B.A. J. 36 (Sept. 2017).
Pinar Akman, The Theory of Abuse in Google Search: A Positive and Normative Assessment under EU Competition Law, 2017 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & POL'Y 301 (Fall 2017).
Mark Anderson & Max Huffman, Article: The Sharing Economy Meets The Sherman Act: Is Uber A Firm, A Cartel, Or Something In Between?, 2017 COLUM. BUS. L. REV. 859 (2017).
Kerry Barrett, Mad Men And Dead Men: Justification For Regulation Of Computer-Generated Images Of Deceased Celebrity Endorsers, 65 CLEV. ST. L. REV. 561 (2017).
Shawn Bayern et al., Company Law and Autonomous Systems: A Blueprint for Lawyers, Entrepreneurs, and Regulators, 9 HASTINGS SCI. & TECH. L.J. 135 (Summer 2017).
Christoph Bezemek, Digitization and Self-Determination, 2 THE AUSTRIAN L.J. 135 (2017).
Heather Bowen, Cloud Computing Technology: Providing a Safer Way for Businesses to Protect Trade Secrets under the Defend Trade Secrets Act, 21 INTELL. PROP. & TECH. L.J. 79 (2017).
Bill Colitre, Streaming Revenue: Music Rights Owners and Agents Experience Unprecedented Speed, Transparency, and Efficiency with Digital Services, L.A. LAW., May 2017, at 20.
Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt, 777e Impact of Emerging Information Technologies on the Employment Relationship: New Gigs for Labor and Employment Law, 2017 U. CHI. LEGAL F. 63 (2017).
Lisa J. Dettling, Broadband in the Labor Market: The Impact of Residential High-Speed Internet on Married Women's Labor Force Participation, 70 ILR REV.: J. WORK & POL'Y 451 (2017).
Lisa A. Fontenot, Public Company Virtual-Only Annual Meetings, 73 BUS. L. 35 (Winter 2017-18).
Kenneith M. Geisler II, Fissures in the Valley: Searching for a Remedy for US Tech Workers Indirectly Displaced by H-1B Visa Outsourcing Firms, 95 WASH. U. L. REV. 465 (2017).
Manuela Geranio, Fintech in the Exchange Industry: Potential for Distruption, 11 MASARYK U. J. L. & TECH. 245 (Fall 2017).
Tamar Kricheli-Katz, Competence, Desert and Trust--Why Are Women Penalized in Online Product Market Interactions?, 18 THEORETICAL INQ. L. 83 (Jan. 2017).
Dan Lear, Law On Demand, 103 A.B.A. J. 28 (June 2017).
Jackson Liane, Opening Statements, 103 A.B.A. J. 9 (Dec. 2017).
Nicole Medeiros, Note, From Sports Stadiums to the Stock Exchange: The Economic Agency Costs of Fantex's Income-Share Agreements with Professional Athletes, 13 HASTINGS BUS. L.J. 373 (Spring 2017).
Neha Mishra, The Role of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in the Internet Ecosystem: Uneasy Liaison or Synergistic Alliance, 20 J. INT'L ECONOMIC L. 31 (2017).
Caronline Moraes, Consumers' Concerns with How They Are Researched Online, 36 Bus. PROF. ETHICS J. 79 (2017).
Henry H. Jr. Perritt, Medics, Markets, and Medicare, 43 RUTGERS COMPUTER & TECH. L.J. 37 (2017).
Jennifer Raso, Displacement as Regulation: New Regulatory Technologies and Front-Lines Decision-Making in Ontario Works, 32 CAN. J.L. & SOC. 75 (2017).
Phillip Rocco et al., The New Politics of US Health Care Prices: Institutional Reconfiguration and the Emergence of All-Payer Claims Databases, 42 J. HEALTH, POL., POL'Y & L. 5 (Feb. 2017).
David D. Savage & Richard Bales, Video Games in Job Interviews: Using Algorithms to Minimize Discrimination and Unconscious Bias, 32 LAB. LAw. 211 (Winter 2017).
Lauren Henry Scholz, Algorithmic Contracts, 20 STAN. TECH. L. REV. 128 (Fall 2017).
Arun Sundararajan, Crowd-Based Capitalism, Digital Automation, and the Future of Work, 2017 U. CHI. LEGAL F. 487 (2017).
Samantha J. Syska, Eight-Years-Young: How the New York Bitlicense Stifles Bitcoin Innovation and Expansion with its Premature Attempt to Regulate the Virtual Currency Industry, 18 J. HIGH TECH. L. 313 (2017).
Elizabeth Tippett et al., When Timekeeping Software Undermines Compliance, 19 YALE J.L. & TECH. 1 (2017).
Ryan M. Walters, When Can You Shoot the Messenger: Understanding the Legal Protections for Entities Providing Information on Business Products and Services in the Digital Age, 96 OR. L. REV. 185 (2017).
Kevin Werbach & Nicolas Cornel, Contracts Ex Machina, 67 DUKE L.J. 313 (Nov. 2017).
Shlomit Yanisky-Ravid & Kenneth S. Kwan, 3D Printing the Road Ahead: The Digitization of Products When Public Safety Meets Intellectual Property Rights - A New Model, 38 CARDOZO L. REV. 921 (Feb. 2017).
6.1 Electronic Commerce
Elizabeth N. Brandt, Note, The Crowdfund Act's Impact On Women-Owned Businesses' Access To Capital, 2017 COLUM. BUS. L. REV. 807 (2017).
Benjamin T. Brickner & Trudy-Anne McLeary, Is the Party Over? The SEC Investigates Cryptocurrency Offerings, 134 THE BANKING L. J. [section] 10.02 (2017).
Walter T. Champion Jr. & I. Nelson Rose, Daily Fantasy Sports and The Presidential Debate, 27 MARQ. SPORTS L. REV. 301 (2017).
Adam Chodorow, Rethinking Basis in the Age of Virtual Currencies, 36 VA. TAX REV. 371 (Summer 2017).
Koker Christensen, Bitcoin, Blockchain, and the Future of Financial Services, 134 BANKING L. J. 532 (2017).
Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel, The European Commission's Geo=Blocking Proposals and the Future of EU E-Commerce Regulation, 11 MASARYK U. J. L. & TECH. 39 (Summer 2017).
V. Gerard Comizi, Virtual Currencies: Growing Regulatory Framework anf Challenges in the Emerging Fintech Ecosystem, 21 N.C. BANKING INST. 131 (2017).
Andrew P. Cross, LabCFTC Publishes "A Primer on Virtual Currencies", 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 2 (Dec. 2017).
Carmine DiPiero, Deciphering Cryptocurrency: Shining a Light on the Deep Dark Web, 2017 U. ILL. L. REV. 1267 (2017).
Iris Eisenberger, Digitization and Self-Determination, 2 AUSTRIAN L.J. 140 (2017).
Tina Ehrke-Rabel et al., Bitcoin Miner as Prosumer, 3 AUSTRIAN L.J. 188 (2017).
Tina Ehrke-Rabel, 77ze Digitized Taxpayer, 2 AUSTRIAN L. J. 150 (2017).
Austin Elliott, Collection of Cryptocurrency Customer-Information: Tax Enforcement Mechanism or Invasion of Privacy?, 16 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 1 (Nov. 2017).
Stacy-Ann Elvy, Hybrid Transactions and the Internet of Things: Goods, Services or Software?, 74 WASH. & LEE L. REV. 77 (Winter 2017).
Deborah R. Farringer, Send Us the Bitcoin or Patients Will Die: Addressing the Risks of Ransomware Attacks on Hospitals, 40 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 937 (Spring 2017).
William L. Fletcher, Jr., Netflix and Quill: Using Access and Consumption to Create a Plan for Taxing the Cloud, 58 WM & MARY L. REV. 1029 (Feb. 2017).
Joseph M. Forgione, Counterfeiting, Couture, and the Decline of Consumer Trust in Online Marketplace Platforms, 61 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. 195 (2017).
Michael Flynn, The Lie the Bigger Lie, and the Biggest Lie "- Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices of Trip Advisor and Other Online Review Websites, 36 J. L. COMM. 23 (Fall 2017).
Zlatina Georgieva, Competition Soft Law in French and German Courts: A Challenge for Online Sales Bans Only?, 24 MAASTRICHT J. EUR. & COMP. L. 175 (Apr. 2017).
Jeffrey E. Glass, Note, What is a Digital Currency?, 57 IDEA 455 (2017).
Jake Goldenfein and Dan Hunter, Blockchains, Orphan Works, and the Public Domain, 41 COLUM. J.L. & ARTS 1 (Fall 2017).
Anabela Susana De Sousa Gonclaves, Choice-of-Court Agreements in the E-Commerce International Contracts, 11 MASARYK U. J. L. & TECH. 63 (Summer 2017).
Jessica Hoyer, Sex Trafficking in the Digital Age: The Role of Virtual Currency-Specific Legislation in Keeping Pace with Technology, 63 WAYNE L. REV. 83 (Spring 2017).
Jie Huang, Comparison of E-commerce Regulations in Chinese and American FTAs: Converging Approaches, Diverging Contents, and Polycentric Directions?, 64 NETH. INT'L L. REV. 309 (2017).
Gregory B. Kirchhof, The Digitized Taxpayer, 2 AUSTRIAN L. J. 125 (2017).
J. Benjamin Lambert, The U.N. Convention On Electronic Contracting: Back From The Dead?, 25 MICH. ST. J. INT'L L. 31 (2017).
Samuel J. LaRoque, Reverse Engineering and Trade Secrets in the Post-Alice World, 66 U. KAN. L. REV. 427 (Dec. 2017).
Scott D. Locke, Trade Dress in the Age of E-Commerce: The Challenge of Protecting the Look and Feel of Websites and Mobile Apps, 27 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 213 (2017).
Michael Luca, Designing Online Marketplaces: Trust and Reputation Mechanisms, 17 INNOVATION POL'Y & ECON. 77 (2017).
Di Ma & Gregory D. Kaufmann, War on Drugs 2.1: Setting the Terms of Engagement, 28 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 94 (2017).
Andrea Maclver, Shoot Now, Ask Questions Later: How Technology-Based Startups Draft Kings and Fan Duel Are Changing the Way We Do Business, 35 QUINNIPIAC L. REV. 217 (2017).
Kayleen Manwaring, Kickstarting Reconnection: An Approach to Legal Problems Arising from Emerging Technologies, 22 DEAKIN L. REV. 53 (2017).
Tanya M. Marcum, J.D. & Eden S. Blair, Ph.D., Over-And Under-funding: Crowdfunding Concerns of the Parties Involved, 16 DEPAUL BUS. & COMM. L.J. 1 (Fall 2017).
Joshua S. Morgan, What I Learned Trading Cryptocurrencies While Studying the Law, 25 U. MIAMI INT'L & COMP. L. REV. 159 (Fall 2017).
Carlo Morselli et al., Conflict Management in Illicit Drug Cryptomarkets, 27 INT'L CRIM. JUST. REV. 237 (2017).
Sendhil Mullainathan & Jann Spiess, Machine Learning: An Applied Econometric Approach, 31 J. ECON. PERSP. 87 (Spring 2017).
Lucas J. Opperman, Challenging State Sales Tax Statutes on Electronic commerce Under the Dormant Commerce Clause, 13 I/S J. L. & POL'Y FOR INFO. SoC'Y 511 (2017).
Reggie O'Shields, Smart Contracts: Legal Agreements for the Blockchain, 21 N.C. BANKING INST. 177 (2017).
Fiammetta S. Piazza, Bitcoin and the Blockchain as Possible Corporate Governance Tools: Strengths and Weaknesses, 5 PENN ST. J.L. & INT'L AFF. 262 (2017).
Jordan Pritchett, Cryptocurrency: An Overview, 134 BANKING L. J. 547(2017).
Richard Raysman, A Time where Giving Out your User Name and Password Didn't Turn out too Poorly, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 4 (May 2017).
Carla L. Reyes, Conceptualizing Cryptolaw, 96 NEB. L. REV. 384, 387 (2017).
Elizabeth Sara Ross, Nobody Puts Blockchain in a Corner: The Disruptive Role of Blockchain Technology in the Financial Services Industry and Current Regulatory Issues, 25 CATH. U. 353 (Spring 2017).
Marc Rysman & Scott Schuh, New Innovations in Payments, 17 INNOVATION
POL'Y & ECON. 27 (2017).
Edgar G. Sanchez, Crypto-Currencies: The 21st Century's Money Laundering and Tax Havens, 28 U. FLA. J.L. & PUB. POL'Y 167 (Apr. 2017).
Jack Skilbeck, Note, Williams Group Australia v. Crocker and the (Non)Binding Nature of Electronic Signatures, 17 MACQUARIE L.J. 154 (2017).
D. Daniel Sokol & Jingyuan Ma, Understanding Online and Antitrust Analysis, 15 Nw. J. TECH. & INTELL. PROP. 43 (2017).
Lawrence J. Trautman & Alvin C. Harrell, Bitcoin versus Regulated Payment Systems: What Gives, 38 CARDOZO L. REV. 1041 (Feb. 2017).
Kelly J. Winstead, The North Carolina State Tax Treatment of Virtual Currency: An Unanswered Question, 21 N.C. BANKING INST. 501 (2017).
Yilu Zhang, The Incompatibility of Bitcoin's "Strong" Decentralization Ideology and Its Growth as a Scalable Currency, 11 NYU J.L. & LIBERTY 556 (2017).
6.2 Computers in Banking and Finance
Hilary J. Allen, $ =Euro=Bitcoin?, 76 MD. L. REV. 877 (2017).
Douglas W. Arner et al., FinTech, RegTech, and the Reconceptualization of Financial Regulation, 37 Nw. J. INT'L L. & BUS. 371 (2017).
Tom Butler et al., Smart Contracts and Distributed Ledger Technologies in Financial Services: Keeping Lawyers in the Loop, 36 No. 9 BANKING & FIN. SERVICES POL'Y REP. 1 (2017).
Iris H-Y Chiu, A New Era in Fintech Payment Innovations? A Perspective from the Institutions and Regulation of Payment Systems, 9 L. INNOVATION & TECH. 190 (2017).
Giulio Coraggio, Are Banks Ready for the Internet of Things Revolution?, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 1 (Dec. 2017).
Bradley Crawford, The Law of Bitcoin Book Reviews and Review Essays, 59 CAN. Bus. L.J. 401 (Sept. 2017).
Luke Dembosky et al., Federal Financial Regulators to Propose Enhanced Cyber Risk Management Standards, 35 No. 11 BANKING & FIN. SERVICES POL'Y REP. 18(2017).
Nathan Dudgeon, Distributed Ledger Technology: From Blockchain to ICOs, 37 No. 2 BANKING & FIN. SERVICES POL'Y REP. 4 (2017).
Gregory V. Ficcaglia, Heads or Tails: How Europe Will Become the Global Hub for Bitcoin Business If the United States Does Not Reexamine Its Currenct Regulation of Virtual Currency Notes, 40 SUFFOLK TRANSNAT'L. L. REV. 211 (Winter 2017).
Genna Garver & Zach Davison, Rise of the Machines: SEC Issues Guidance on Robo-Advisers, 134 BANKING L. J. 259 (2017).
Erica L. Groshen et al., How Government Statistics Adjust for Potential Biases from Quality Change and New Goods in an Age of Digital Technologies: A View from the Trenches, 31 J. ECON. PERSP. 187 (Spring 2017).
Darian M. Ibrahim, Crowdfunding Without the Crowd, 95 N.C. L. REV. 1481 (2017).
Erin J. Illman, CFPB Focuses on Financial Technology in 2016--Expect More for 2017, 36 NO. 1 BANKING & FIN. SERVICES POL'Y REP. 1 (2017).
Wulf A. Kaal & Craig Calcaterra, Crypto Transaction Dispute Resolution, 73 BUS. L. 35 (Winter 2017-18).
Tim Klaus & Brian Elzweig, The Market impact of High-Frequency Trading Systems and Potential Regulation, 11 L. & FIN. MKT REV. 13 (Mar. 2017).
Andrei Kirilenko et al., The Flash Crash: High-Frequency Trading in an Electronic Market, 72 J. FIN. 967 (Jan. 2017).
Yvonne Lootsma, Blockchain as the Newest Regtech Application--The Opportunity to Reduce the Burden of KYC for Financial Institutions, 36 No. 8 BANKING & FIN. SERVICES POL'Y REP. 16 (2017).
Matthew C. Luzadder & Givonna St. Clair Long, Do I Know You? Consumer Due Diligence, Mobile Payments, and AML/CFT, 134 BANKING L. J. 250 (May 2017).
Edward A. Morse, SEC Cybersecurity Guidelines: Insights into the Utility of Risk Factor Disclosures for Investors, 73 BUS. L. 85 (Winter 2017-2018).
Sendhil Mullainathan & Jann Spiess, Machine Learning: An Applied Econometric Approach, 31 J. ECON. PERSP. 87 Spring (2017).
Francis X. Nolan III, The Last Half Century of Financing Vessels, 91 TUL. L. REV. 927 (May 2017).
Maziar Peihani, Financial Regulation and Disruptive Technologies: The Case of Cloud Computing in Singapore, 2017 SING. J. LEGAL STUD. 77 (2017).
Bret E. Strzelczyk, Note, Rise of the Machines: The Legal Implications for Investor Protection with the Rise of Robo-Advisors, 16 DEPAUL BUS. & COMM. L.J. 55 (Fall 2017).
Noah Webster, How the Distributed Public Ledger Affects Blockchain Litigation, 37 No. 1 BANKING & FIN. SERVICES POL'Y REP. 6 (2017).
Yen-Te Wu, FinTech Innovation and Anti-Money Laundering Compliance, 12 N.T.U. L. REV. 201 (2017).
Madiha M. Zuberi, A Silver ('Chain ') Lining: Can Blockchain Technology Succeed in Disrupting the Banking Industry?, 36 No. 3 BANKING & FIN. SERVICES POL'Y REP. 1 (2017).
6.2.1 On-line Securities Trading
6.3 Computers and Technology in the Transportation Industry
Adeline A. Allen, Uber and the Communications Decency Act: Why the Ride-Hailing App Would Not Fare Well Under S 230, 18 N.C. J. L. & TECH. 290 (Mar. 2017).
Ed Bolen, ATC Privatization Is Unconstitutional, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 8 (2017).
Lisa Collingwood, Privacy Implications and Liability Issues of Autonomous Vehicles, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 32 (2017).
Thomas Echikson & Christopher A. Chou, Automated Vehicles: Do New Act and Policy Clarify the Regulatory Future?, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 2 (Nov. 2017).
Magnus Eriksson, The Normativity of Automated Driving: A Case Study of Embedding Norms in Technology, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 46 (2017).
Jonathan Kathrein, The Future of Drones is the Railroad, 21 INTELL. PROP. & TECH. L.J. 127 (2017).
Autumn Killingham, Lessons for U.S. Airports from the FAA's Enforcement Action against Cleveland Airport, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 10 (2017).
Jesse Krompier, Safety First: The Case for Mandatory Data Sharing as a Federal Safety Standard for Self-Driving Cars, 2017 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & POL'Y 439 (Fall 2017).
Agnieszka A. McPeak, Regulating Ridesharing Platforms Through Tort Law, 39 HAWAII L. REV. 357 (Spring 2017).
Paul J. Pearah, Opening the Door to Self-Driving Cars: how will this Change the Rules of the Road?, 18 J. HIGH TECH. L. 1 (2017).
Sharon L. Pinkerton & David A. Berg, The Status Quo Is Putting Modernizing Our ATC System at Risk: America Is Falling Behind, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 13 (2017).
John E. Putnam et al, The View from the Ground, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 18 (2017).
Renee Martin-Nagle, Diversity in Aviation: between Takeoff and Landing, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 3 (2017).
John T. McNelis, Reducing Cybersecurity Risks to Autonomous Vehicles, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 3 (Sept. 2017).
Christopher Olsen & Edward Holman, Key New Takeaways from Uber's Privacy and Data Security Settlement with the FTC, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 4 (Nov. 2017).
Bill Shuster, The Case for ATC Reform, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 3 (2017).
Bryant Walker Smith, The Trolley and the Pinto: Cost-Benefit Analysis In Automated Driving And Other Cyber-Physical Systems, 4 TEX. A&M L. REV. 197 (2017).
Robert H. Thomas, Foreword: "Property" and Investment-Backed Expectations in Ridesharing Regulatory Takings Claims, 39 U. HAW. L. REV. 301 (Spring 2017).
Scott L. Wenzel, Not Even Remotely Liable: Smart Car Hacking Liability, 2017 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & POL'Y 49 (Spring 2017).
Jamin Xu, Liability of Tesla's Autopilot System Under California Tort Law, B.C. INTELL. PROP. & TECH. F. 1 (June 5, 2017).
6.4 Computers and Technology in the Publishing Industry
6.5 Computers and Technology in Advertising
Pete Cooper, Dissertation, Cognitive Active Cyber Defense: Finding Value through Hacking Human Nature, 5 J.L. & CYBER WARFARE 57 (Winter 2017).
Alan Friel, Andy Marcus & Stephanie Lucas, Do Tell: Targeting Native Advertising and Influencer Marketing, the FTC Mandates "Clear and Conspicuous" Disclosure Guidelines, Transparency, and Efficiency with Digital Services, L.A. LAW., May 2017, at 28.
Tess Heisserer, You Can Have Your Game but You Can't Advertise It Too: Fantasy Sports and the Right of Publicity, 24 SPORTS L. J. 63 (2017).
David A. Hyman et al., Going Native: Can Consumers Recognize Native Advertising? Does it Matter?, 19 YALE J.L. & TECH. 77 (2017).
Kanchana Kariyawasam, Online Shopping, Misleading Advertising and Consumer Protection, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 73 (2017).
Karl Rutledge & Mary Tran, Playing Games: A Promotional Offering that Becomes a Viral Hit Can Significantly Alter, Either Positively or Negatively, the Fortunes of a Company, L.A. LAW., Oct. 2017, at 34.
Samuel N. Weinstein, Rigged Results: Antitrust Lessons from Keyword Auctions, 91 TUL. L. REV. 629 (Apr. 2017).
6.6 Computers and Technology in Accounting
Carlton Collins, Data Mining Your General Ledger with Excel, J. ACCT. 26 (Jan. 2017).
7. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION OF COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY
Mma Afoaku, The Reality of Augmented Reality and Copyright Law, 15 NW. J. TECH. & INTELL. PROP. 111 (2017).
Katherine Alphonso, DC Comics v Towle: To the Batmobilel: Which Fictional Characters Deserve Protection Under Copyright Law, 47 GOLDEN GATE U.L. REV. 5 (2017).
Shyamkrishna Balganesh, Review, The Imminent Rationality Of Copyright Law, 115 MICH. L. REV. 1047 (2017).
Lauren E. Beausoleil, Copyright Issues and Implications of Emerging Virtual Reality Technologies, B.C. INTELL. PROP. & TECH. F. 1 (Dec. 20, 2017).
Alexander Buonassisi & Jennifer A. Maries, Potential Copyright Liability for the Use of "Free" TV Streaming Devices in Canada, 33 CANADIAN INTELL. PROP. REV. (2017).
Thomas M. Byron, On Copyright and Scientific Theory, 34 SANTA CLARA HIGH TECH. L.J. l (2017).
Julien Chaisse & Xinjie Luan, Revisiting the Intellectual Property Dilemma: How Did We Get to a Strong WTO IPR Regime, 34 SANTA CLARA HIGH TECH. L. J. 153 (2017).
Haik Gasparyan, The TPP and beyond: The Vital Role of Judicial Discretion in the Enforcement of International of International Copyright Rules, 23 SW. J. INT'L. L. 327 (2017).
Llanah Hhima, Fairness in Copyright Law: An Anglo-American Comparison, 34 SANTA CLARA HIGH TECH. L. J. 44 (2017).
Andrew J. Harrington, Drawing the Line between Idea and Expression in Oracle v. Google: Questioning the Copyrightability of
Java's Application Programing Interface, 21 LEWIS & CLARK L. REV. 813 (2017).
Peter Lee & Sunder Madhavi, The Law of Look and Feel, 90 S. CAL. L. REV. 529 (Mar. 2017).
Pheh Hoon Lim & Louise Longdin, Property in Digital Files and Exhaustion of Owners' Rights of Distribution: Where Next for Copyright Law?, 23 N.Z.B.L.Q. 25 (2017).
Richard Li & Richard Li-dar Wang, Reforming and Specifying Intellectual Property Rights Policies of Standard-Setting Organizations: Towards Fair and Efficient Patent Licensing and Dispute Resolution, 2017 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & POL'Y 1 (Spring 2017).
Levi D Mauldin, A Rose by Any Other Name: Copyright Infringement or de Minimis Sampling, 12 LIBERTY U. L. REV. 37 (Fall 2017).
Jojo Y.C. Mo, The Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2014 in Hong Kong: A Blessing or a Curse, 38 STATUTE L. REV. 211 (June 2017).
Caroline Bermeo Newcombe, Implied Private Rights of Action: Definition, and Factors to Determine Whether A Private Action Will Be Implied from A Federal Statute, 49 LOY. U. CHI. L.J. 117 (Fall 2017).
Andrew Paster, Rethinking Copyright Termination in a Global Market: How a Limitation in U.S. Copyright Law Could Be Resolved by France's Droit d'Auteur, 23 Sw. J. INT'L. L. 375 (2017).
Stephen Schahrer, First, Let Me Take a Selfie: Should a Monkey have Copyrights to His Own Selfie, 12 LIBERTY U. L. REV. 135 (Fall 2017).
John Shaffer, Software as Text, 33 SANTA CLARA HIGH TECH. L. J. 324 (2017).
Rana Shruti, The Global Battle over Copyright Reform: Developing the Rule of Law in the Chinese Business Context, 53 STAN. J. INT'L. L. 89 (Winter 2017).
Charles Lee Israel Slamowitz, Adjusting The Dress Code: Implementing Trade Dress Reform to Burgeon User Experience (UX) Protections, 41 COLUM. J.L. & ARTS 99 (Fall 2017).
Eric C. Surette, Construction and Application of "Entire Market Value " Rule in Patent Infringement Actions, 21 A.L.R. FED. 3D ART. 4(2017).
Lisa Thompson, IP Issues at the US Supreme Court: A Year in Review, 28 N.H.B.J. (2017).
Marketa Trimble, U.S. State Copyright Laws: Challenge and Potential, 20 STAN. TECH. L. REV. 66 (Fall 2017).
Elizabeth Vinson, Copyright Ownership - Even Iron Man Couldn't Protect the Work for Hire Doctrine from Third-Party Infringers Casenotes, 70 S.M.U L. REV. 221 (Winter 2017).
Ryan B. Abbott, Patenting the Output of Autonomously Inventive Machines, 10 LANDSLIDE no. 1, at 16 (Sept./Oct. 2017).
Ismah Ahmad, Recent Case, McRO, Inc. v. Bandai Namco Games Am., Inc., et al, 21 INTELL. PROP. & TECH. L.J. 153 (2016-2017).
Christopher Ainscough, Deepsouth Will Rise Again - The Argument in Favor of the Federal Circuit's Holding in Promega Corp. v. Life Technologies, 12 WASH. J. L. TECH. & ARTS 159 (Winter 2017).
John R. Allison, et al., How Often Do Non-Practicing Entities Win Patent Suits?, 32 BERKELEY TECH. L.J. 179(2017).
James S. Arrabito, Out of Focus: Zooming in on Body Cameras, Privacy, and Medical Emergencies, 69 RUTGERS U.L. REV. 741 (Winter 2017).
Clark D. Asay, Patenting Elasticities, 91 S. CAL. L. REV. 1 (Nov. 2017).
Jason R. Bartlett & Jorge L. Contreras, Rationalizing FRAND Royalties: Can Interpleader Save the Internet of Things, 36 REV. LITIG. 285 (2017).
Megan M. La Belle, Privilege for Patent Agents, 23 B.U. J. SCI. & TECH. L. 350 (Summer 2017).
Michael Blakeney, Patents for Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology: Fundamentals of Global Law, 39 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 389 (2017) (book review).
Josh Blane, note, Drowning in Data: How the Federal Rules Are Staying Afloat in a Flood of Information, 45 RUTGERS L. REC. 65 (2017-2018).
Daniel Harris Brean, Pro Se Patent Appeals at the Federal Circuit, 20 STAN. TECH. L. REV. 213 (2017).
Sarah Burstein, The "Article of Manufacture" in 1887, 32 BERKELEY TECH. L.J. 1 (2017).
Catherine J. Cameron, In the Eyes of the Law Student: Determining Reading Patterns with Eye-Tracking Technology, 45 RUTGERS L. REC. 39 (2017).
Daniel R. Cahoy et al., Global Patent Chokepoints, 20 STAN. TECH. L. REV. 213 (2017).
Hao-Yun Chen, A Maker or an Infringer: 3D Printing Technology and Patent Infringing Liability: Taiwan Perspective, 12 NAT'L TAIWAN U. L. REV. 2, 259 (2017).
Ping-Hsun Chen, The Federal Circuits Efforts to Save Interactive Technology Patents, 27 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 32 (2017).
Charles Cheng, note, Samsung Elecs. Co., Ltd., et al. v. Apple Inc., 21 INTELL. PROP. & TECH. L. J. 157 (2016-2017).
Colleen V. Chien & Michael Risch, Recalibrating Patent Venue, 11 MD. L. REV. 47 (2017).
Andrew Chin, Surgically Precise but Kinematically Abstract Patents, 55 HOUS. L. REV. 267 (2017).
Christopher Cole, Claims Substantiation for New Technologies, 31 ABA ANTITRUST no.3, 74 (Summer 2017).
Benjamin Dahl, Note, If it Walks like a Duck & Quacks like a Duck, Then is it Interchangeable with a Duck: Lessons Pharmaceutical Companies and Biosimilar Developers Can Learn from Patent-Infringement Doctrine, 45 AIPLA Q. J. 723 (2017).
James E. Daily, Alice's Aftermath: Changes in Patentee Behavior Since Alice v. CLS Bank, 23 B.U. J. Sci. & TECH. L. 284 (Summer 2017).
Ted G. Dane, Are the Federal Circuit's Recent Section 101 Decisions a "Specific Improvement" in Patent Eligibility Law, 26 FED. CIR. B.J. 331 (2016-2017).
Tabrez Y. Ebrahim, 3D Bioprinting Patentable Subject Matter Boundaries, 41 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 1 (Fall 2017).
Gary M. Fox, Note, Understanding Nautilus's Reasonable-Certainty Standard: Requirements for Linguistic and Physical Definiteness of Patent Claims, 116 MICH. L. REV. 329 (2017).
Mark Friend, Reverse Patent Settlements and EU Competition Law, 76 CAMBRIDGE L. J. 29 (2017).
Alexander Galetovic & Stephen Haber, The Fallacies of Patent-Holdup Theory, 13 J. COMPETITION L. & ECON. 1 (Mar. 2017).
Debashis Ghose, Finding an Energy Power Transformer for the "Last Kilometer" Population: A Comparative Analysis of the REFIT Systems in Ghana and Tanzania, 18 RUTGERS RACE & L. REV. 1 (2017).
Laura Goforth, note, Expiring Seed Patents and the Farming Communities of North Dakota: Where Gaps in Patent Protection Offer Opportunities for Innovation, 92 N.D. L. REV. 643 (2017).
John M. Golden & Karen E. Sandrik, A Restitution Perspective on Reasonable Royalties, 36 REV. LlTIG. 335 (2017).
Jordana R. Goodman, Patenting Frankenstein's Monster: Exploring the Patentability of Artificial Organ Systems and Methodologies, 15 Nw. J. TECH. & INTELL. PROP. 35 (Fall 2017).
Paul R. Gugliuzza & Megan M. La Belle, The Patently Unexceptional Venue Statute, 66 AM. U. L. REV. 1027 (2017).
Bowman Heiden & Nicolas Petit, Patent "Trespass " and the Royalty Gap: Exploring the Nature and Impact of Patent Holdout, 34 SANTA CLARA HIGH TECH. L. J. 179 (2017-2018).
Matthew B. Hershkowitz, Patently Insane for Patents: A Judge-by-Judge Analysis of the Federal Circuit's Post-Alice Patentable Subject Matter Eligibility of Abstract Ideas Jurisprudence, 28 FORDHAM INTELL. PROP. MEDIA. & ENT. L. J. 109 (2017).
Christopher M. Holman, In Defense of Secondary Pharmaceutical Patents: A Response to the UN's Guidelines for Pharmaceutical Patent Examination, 50 IND. L. REV. 759 (2017).
Erik Hovenkamp & Jonathan Masur, How Patent Damages Skew Licensing Markets, 36 REV. LlTIG. 379 (2017).
William Hubbard, Razing the Patent Bar, 59 ARIZ. L. REV. 383 (2017).
Dmitry Karshtedt, Acceptance Instead of Denial: Pro-Applicant Positions at the PTO, 23 B.U. J. SCI. & TECH. L. 319 (Summer 2017).
Dmitry Karshtedt, Causal Responsibility and Patent Infringement, 70 VAND. L. REV. 565 (Mar. 2017).
Kurtis A. Kemper, Construction and Application of Supreme Court's Holding in F.T.C. v. Actavis Which Subjected Certain Patent Settlement Agreements Between Generic Drug and Brand-Name Drug Manufacturers to Antitrust Scrutiny Where They Involve "Reverse Payments", 23 A.L.R. FED. 3D ART. 3 (2017).
Charles Kennedy, note, Standing on Edge: The Lack of Standing Requirements in the USPTO Inter Partes Review Raises a Constitutional Issue, 45 RUTGERS L. REC. 13 (2017).
Abdul Rehman Khan, Space Wars: Dual-Use Satellites, 14 RUTGERS J. L. & PUB. POL'Y 314 (2017).
Jared Koch, note, The "Inventive Concept" After Mayo: Where Arioso Diagnostics, Inc. v. Sequenom, Inc., 788F.3d 1371 (Fed. Cir. 2015), Went Wrong, 96 NEB. L. REV. 221 (2017).
Sapna Kumar, Standing Against Bad Patents, 32 BERKELEY TECH. L.J. 87(2017).
Alexa Johnson, A Crisis of Patent Law and Medical Innovation: The Category of Diagnostic Claims in the Wake of Arioso v. Sequenom, 27 HEALTH MATRIX 435 (2017).
Gregory H. Lantier & Richard A. Crudo, Can Juries Decide Patent Eligibility Under 35 U.S.C. [section] 101?, 21 FED. CIR. B.J. 45 (2017-2018).
Xiaowu Li & Don Wang, Chinese Patent Law's Statutory Damages Provision: The One Size That Fits None, 26 PAC. RlM L. & POL'Y J. 209 (2017).
Maureen Long, The Nonobviousness Requirement for Design Patents: What is the Standard and Why Shouldn't it Obviously be Modified after KSR, 45 AIPLA Q. J. 193 (Spring 2017).
Brian J. Love & James Yoon, Predictably Expensive: A Critical Look at Patent Litigation in the Eastern District of Texas, 20 STAN. TECH. L. REV. 1 (2017).
Anna N. Lukacher, Note, The Future of Patenting Antibodies after Amegen v. Sanofi, 58 IDEA 95 (2017).
Hunter Malasky, The Biologies Price Competition and Innovation Act: Commercial Marketing in the Spotlight, B.C. INTELL. PROP. & TECH. F. BLOC (Feb. 7, 2017), http://bciptf.org/wp-content/up-loads/2017/02/Blog-BPCIA-Malasky.pdf/.
Robert P. Merges & Michael Mairioli, Measuring the Costs and Benefits of Patent Pools, 78 OHIO ST. L.J. 281 (2017).
Kayleigh E. McGlynn, The Role of Patents in the Fight Against Superbugs: Are Patent Laws Discouraging Investment in Promising Superbug Treatments?, B.C. INTELL. PROP. & TECH. F. BLOG (Feb. 7, 2017), http://bciptf.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/McGlynn-IPTF-Blog-Post-Final.pdf.
Eugene R. Milhizer, Applying the Digital Search Incident to Arrest Doctrine to Predigital Content, 61 ST. LOUIS U. L.J. 165 (Winter 2017).
Sarah Murphy, The Patent Utility Requirement and Its Impact on Alternative Medical Treatments for Lyme Disease, B.C. INTELL. PROP. & TECH. F. 1 (Dec. 20, 2017).
Cindy Navarro, It Takes Two to Tango: The BPCIA's Mandatory Patent Dance, 45 AIPLA Q. J. 291 (Spring 2017).
Katherine Macfarlane, Camouflaging State Biosimilar Laws as Pro-Patient Legislation, 26 ANNALS OF HEALTH L. 52 (2017).
Ashley Newsome, Note, Side Effects of Evergreening May Include Decreased Competition & Increased Prices in the Pharmaceutical Industry, 45 AIPLA Q.J. 791 (Fall 2017).
Xuan-Thao Nguyen, Zombie Patents and Zombie Companies With Patents, 69 FLA. L. REV. 1147 (2017).
Casey Olesen, Note, Rapid Litigation Management Ltd. v. Cellzdirect, Inc.: Limiting the Use of Subject Matter as a Functional Barrier to Patent Eligibility in the Biotechnology Industry, 69 ME. L. REV. 289 (2017).
The Hon. William H. Pauley III, Remark, AT&T v. Microsoft: A District Judge's Perspective, 66 AM. U. L. REV. 1015 (2017).
Alexandre L. Dias Pereira, No Revocation of Patents in Mandatory Arbitration concerning Generic Medicines Generic Medication, 36 MED. & L. 69 (Sept. 2017).
N. Scott Pierce, Patent Eligibility as a Function of New Use, Aggregation, and Preemption through Application of Principle, 23 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 1 (2017).
Amanda A. Porter, Law Enforcement's Use of Weaponized Drones: Today and Tomorrow, 61 ST. LOUIS U. L.J. 351 (2017).
Jason M. Premus, Biosimilars after Actavis: Similar Considerations, Similar Results, 14 RUTGERS J. L. & PUB. POL'Y 255 (2017).
Arti K. Rai, Risk Regulation and Innovation: The Case of Rights-Encumbered Biomedical Data Silos, 92 NOTRE DAME L. REV. 1641 (2017).
Greg Reilly, The Constitutionality of Administrative Patent Cancellation, 23 B.U. J. SCI. & TECH. L. 377 (2017).
Harrison B. Rose, Exploring Alice's Wonderland of Patentable Subject Matter, 2017 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & POL'Y 275 (Spring 2017).
Christian R. Ruiz, Patentable Software: Analyzing Alice Under a Law-and-Economics Framework and Proposing a New Approach to Software Claims, 23 B.U. J. SCI. & TECH. L. 208 (2017).
Bobby Sahachartsiri, Note, The Patent Eligibility of Therapeutic Proteins, 45 AIPLA Q.J. 165 (Winter 2017).
Amber Sanges, Note, Rolling with the Punches since 1793: The Patent System before and after Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., 133 S. Ct. 2107 (2013), 41 S. ILL. U. L.J. 305 (Winter 2017).
Michael A. Sanzo, Lengthening Shadows: Biotechnology and Patent Eligibility, 9 LANDSLIDE no.5, at 48 (May/June 2017).
Andrew Schreiber, Go (En)Fish: Drawing CAD Files from the Patent Eligibility Pool, 58 IDEA 1 (2017-2018).
Sean B. Seymore, Reinvention, 92 NOTRE DAME L. REV. 1031 (2017).
Jacob S. Sherkow, Patent Law's Reproducibility Paradox, 66 DUKE L.J. 845 (2017).
Brenda M. Simon & Ted Sichelman, Data-Generating Patents, 111 NW. U. L. REV. 377 (2017).
Matthew G. Sipe, Patents v. Antitrust: Preempting Conflict, 66 AM. U.L. REV. 415 (2016).
Benjamin L. W. Sobel, Artificial Intelligence's Fair Use Crisis, 41 COLUM. J.L. & ARTS 45 (Fall 2017).
Paul Spiel, Deceptive Patents: Deconstructing Juicy Whip, 2017 B.Y.U.L. REV. 743 (2017).
Kevin C. Staed, Open Source Download Mishaps and Product Liability: Who Is to Blame and What Are the Remedies, 36 ST. LOUIS U. PUB. L. REV. 169 (2017).
Daniel E. Stern, Stalled Patents: Re-Incentivizing Universities to Review Their Portfolios of Unlicensed Patents to Achieve Bayh-Dole Act's Unfunded Mandate, 45 HOFSTRA L. REV. 1017 (Spring 2017).
Amy Swerdlow, Discouraging the Progress of Science and Useful Arts: Why the Supreme Court Should Reconsider Its Test for Patent-Eligible Subject Matter, 26 FED. CIR. B.J. 469 (2016-2017).
Jonathan Todd, note, Stopping the Troll Tax: An Analysis of the Patent Troll Issue and South Carolina's Bad Faith Assertion of Patent Infringement Act, 68 S.C. L. REV. 761 (Spring 2017).
Charlotte E. Tschider, Metaphor after Myriad: The Effect of Legal Rhetoric on Intellectual Property Protection for Biological Sequences, 57 IDEA 519 (2017).
Rebecca Tushnet, Fixing Incontestability: The Next Frontier?, 23 B.U. J. SCI. & TECH. L. 434 (Summer 2017).
Sinan Utku & Alain Strowel, Developments Regarding the Patentability of Computer Implemented Inventions Within the EU and the US: Part 1--Introduction and the Legal Problem of Patenting Computer-Implemented Inventions, 39 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 489 (2017).
Adanna Uwazurike, Remaking Making: Integrating Self-Replicating Technologies with the Exhaustion Doctrine, 59 B.C. L. REV. 389 (2018).
Saurabh Vishnubhakat, The Antitrusting of Patentability, 71 SETON HALLL. REV. 19(2017).
Mark Walsh, Troll Hike: Supreme Court Makes it Harder for Patent Litigants to Shop for Favorite Venues, 103 A.B.A. J. 20 (July 2017).
7.1.1 Software Patent
Guido Noto La Diega, Software Patents and the Internet of Things in Europe, the United States, and India, 39 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 173 (2017).
Fabio E. Marino & Teri H. P. Nguyen, From Alappat to Alice: The Evolution of Software Patents, 9 HASTINGS SCI. & TECH. L.J. 1 (Winter 2017).
Jonathan Stroud & Derek M. Kim, Debugging Software Patents After Alice, 69 S.C. L. REV. 177 (Summer 2017).
7.1.2 Biotech Patent
Eugene Kim, Note, Biotech Patent Eligibility: A New Hope, 2017 COLUM. BUS. L. REV. 1157 (2017).
Paulina M. Starostka, Note, Patent Eligibility in Biotechnology: A look under the Hood, 45 AIPLA Q. J. 133 (2017).
7.2 Software Copyright
Tom Bouman, The WIPO Treaties on Copyright, 12 J. COMP. L. 281 (2017).
John R. Boule III, Redefining Reality: Why Design Patent Protection Should Expand to the Virtual World, 66 AM. U. L. REV. 1113 (2017).
Kathryn M. Boyd, What's In A Name: Cable Systems, Filmon, and Judicial Consideration of the Applicability of the Copyright Act's Compulsory License to Online Broadcasters of Cable Content, 15 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 139 (Feb. 2017).
Sarah Craig, Protection for Printing: An Analysis of Copyright Protection for 3D Printing, 2017 U. ILL. L. REV. 307 (2017).
Aaron Peter Cruz, International IP: HArminizing the Protection of Graphical User Interfees, 33 CONN. J. INT'L L. 137 (Fall 2017).
Tesh W. Dagne & Chelsea Dubeau, 3D Printing and the Law: Are CAD Files Copyright-protected?, 28 INTELL. PROP. J. 101 (2017).
John M. Garon, The Lawyer's Role in Promoting the Use of Fair Use, 6 J. INT'L MEDIA & ENT. L. 101 (2017).
Lee Gesmer, Failure to Put Infringing and Infringed Work in Evidence Dooms Copyright Case, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 6 (Mar. 2017).
Chaz J. Gross, Modifying Amateurism: A Performance-Based Solution To Compensating Student--Athletes For Licensing Their Names, Images, And Likenesses, 16 CHI-KENT J. INTELL. PROP. 259 (2017).
Brent Kobryn, The Implicit Ban on Free and Open Source Software and Statutory Overreach in the FCC's Revised RF Device Authorization Rules, 43 RUTGERS COMPUTER & TECH. L.J. 212 (2017).
Morgan Francy, An Open Field for Professional Athlete Litigation: An Analysis of the Current Application of Section 301 Preemption in Professional Sports Lawsuits Comments, 70 S.M.U L. REV. 475 (Spring 2017).
Maria A. Pallante, From Monkey Selfies to Open Source: The Essential Interplay of Creative Culture, Technology, Copyright Office Practice, and the Law, 12 WASH. J. L. TECH. & ARTS 123 (Winter 2017).
Timothy Webb, Dean Gerakiteys & Ella Alexander, Australia: Coders Beware: It's a Question of Quality Not Quantity When Assessing Copyright Infringement, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 5 (May 2017).
Philipp Werner & Yvan N. Desmedt, European General Court Rules (again) on Mandatory Access and Interoperability in Software Industry, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 7 (Dec. 2017).
Karen K. Williams & Gregory P. Stein, Reading the Tea Leaves: Practical Insights from Case Law on Software Copyright Registration, 9 LANDSLIDE no.5, at 24 (2017).
7.2.1 User Interface
7.2.2 Fair Use
Toni Lester, The Dilemma Of False Positives: Making Content ID Algorithms More Conducive To Fostering Innovative Fair Use In Music Creation, 24 UCLA ENT. L. REV. 51 (Spring 2018).
Lauren Levinson, Adapting Fair Use To Reflect Social Media Norms: A Joint Proposal, 64 UCLA L. REV. 1038 (2017).
Laurie Tomassian, Transforming the Fair Use Landscape by Defining the Transformative Factor Notes, 90 S. CAL. L. REV. 1329 (2017).
7.2.3 Video Game
John Vrooman Haskell, More Than Just Skin(s) in the Game: How One Digital Video Game Item is Being Used for Unregulated Gambling Purposes Online, 18 J. HIGHTECH. L. 1 (2017).
Chelsea King, Forcing Players to Walk the Plank: Why End User Licences Agreements Improperly Control Players' Rights Regarding Microtransactions in Video Games, 58 WM & MARY L. REV. 1365 (Mar. 2017).
Benjamin C. R. Lockyer, Trying on Trade Dress: Using Trade Dress to Protect the Look and Feel of Video Games, 17 J. MARSHALL REV. INTELL. PROP. L. (2017).
Arlen Papazian, Let's Stop Playing Games: A Consistent Test for Unlicensed Trademark Use and The Right of Publicity in Video Games, 8 WM. & MARY BUS. L. REV. 577 (Apr. 2017).
7.3 Digital Copyright
Elyssa E. Abuhoff, Circuit Rift Sends Sound Waves: An Interpretation of the Copyright Acts Scope of Protection for Digital Sampling of Sound Recordings, 83 BROOK. L. REV. 405 (2017).
Christina Angelopoulos, Communication to the Public and Accessory Copyright Infringement, 76 CAMBRIDGE L. J. 496 (2017).
Missy G. Brenner, Shadow of the BatfMobileJ': Character Copyright after DC Comics v. Towle Comments, 57 SANTA CLARA L. REV. 367 (2017).
Leon C. H. Chan, Bittorrent: Friend or Foe in the Battle Against Peer-to-Peer Copyright Infringement, 11 H.K. J. LEGAL STUD. 107 (2017).
Glenn E. Chappell, Seeking Rights, Not Rent: How Litigation Finance Can Help Break Music Copyright's Precedent Gridlock, 15 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 269 (2017).
Shun-Ling Chen, Sampling as a Secondary Orality Practice and Copyright's Technological Biases, 18 J. HIGH TECH. L. 206 (2017).
Isabel Corngold, Note, Copyright Infringement and the Science of Music Memory: Applying Cognitive Psychology to the Substantial Similarity Test, 45 AIPLA Q. J. 319 (2017).
Francesco Di Cosmo, Return of the De Minimus Exception in Digital Music Sampling: The Ninth Circuit's Recent Holding in VMG Salsoul improves upon the Sixth Circuit's Holdings in Bridgwport, But Raises Questions of Its Own, 95 WASH. U. L. REV. 227 (2017).
Caleb Donaldson, Beyond the DMCA: How Google Leverages Notice and Takedown at Scale, 10 LANDSLIDE no.2, at 20 (Nov./Dec. 2017).
Erika Douglass, PayPal Is New Money: Extending Secondary Copyright Liability Safe Harbors To Online Payment Processors, 24 MICH. TELECOMM. & TECH. L. REV. 45 (2017).
Tonya M. Evans, User Safer Harbor from Statutory Damages: Remixing the DOC's IP Task Force White Paper, 54 SAN DlEGO L. REV. 79 (Feb./Mar. 2017).
Joseph A. Greene, Note, Skidmore v. Led Zeppelin: Extraordinary Circumstances and the Perpetual Statute of Limitations in Copyright Infringement, 69 ME. L. REV. 307 (2017).
Kalin Hristov, Artificial Intelligence and the Copyright Dilemma, 57 IDEA 431 (2017).
Thomas Hwang, Comment, Ray V. ESPN, Inc. and the Need for Further Developments in Copyright Preemption Analysis of the Right of Publicity in Professional Sports, 37 LOY. L.A. ENT. L. REV. 207 (2017).
Kristen B. Kennedy, Copyright Infringement in Sound Recording: How Courts and Legislatures can get in Vogue in a Post-Ciccone World, 25 J. L. POL'Y 723 (2017).
Stephanie C. Kolla, Extending Copyright Protection to Audiovisual Performances in Canada: Implementing the Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances, 33 CANADIAN INTELL. PROP. REV. (2017).
Tal Kra-Oz, Geoblocking and the Legality of Circumvention, 57 IDEA 385 (2017).
Wei Liu & Jiarui Liu, Copyright Protection of Sports Programs in China, 64 J. COPYRIGHT SOC'Y U.S.A. 235 (Spring 2017).
Nicole Manley, "Go with the Flow?" Should Madonna's Vogue Set the New Normal for Sound Recording Copyright Treatment Nationwide?, 69 BAYLOR L. REV. 617 (2017).
Jennifer T. Marr, A Tale of Electronic Bass Music & The Elusive Composition Copyright: A Discussion of the Gap in Copyright Protection for Bass Music Producers, 16 VA. SPORTS & ENT. L.J. 244 (Spring 2017).
Yoshimi M. Pelc, How Did They Know That: Cell Site Simulators and the Secret Invasion of Privacy Comments, 92 SW. J. INT'L L. 397 (2017).
Louis T. Perry & Katie A. Feiereisel, One Crack and an Evisceration: The Current State of the DMCA's Safe Harbor, 10 LANDSLIDE no. l, at 44 (Sept./Oct. 2017).
Conrad Postel, Note, "Let's Play": YouTube and Twitch's Video Game Footage and a New Approach to Fair Use, 68 HASTINGS L. J. 1169 (June 2017).
Joseph M. Santiago, The "Blurred Lines " of Copyright Law: Setting a New Standard for Copyright Infringement in Music, 83 BROOK. L. REV. 289 (2017).
John Tehranian, Sex, Drones, & Videotape: Rethinking Copyright's Authorship-Fixation Conflation in the Age of Performance, 68 HASTINGS L.J. 1319 (Aug. 2017).
Joel Waldfogel, How Digitization Has Created a Golden Age of Music, Movies, Books, and Television, 31 J. ECON. PERSP. 195 (Summer 2017).
Nicole Webster, Copyright Takeover: Balancing Art & Technology After AEREO, 57 SANTA CLARA L. REV. 161 (2017).
Nancy E. Wolff & Mikaela I. Gross, Copyright Protection of Images Online, 9 LANDSLIDE no.5, at 18 (2017).
7.3.1 Electronic Compilation
7.3.2 Computer Database
7.3.4 Computer-Generated Works
James B. Astrachan, Who Will Protect the Consumers of Trade-marked Goods?, 46 U. BALT. L. REV. 375 (2017).
David Bowden & Junyi Chen, Canadian Trademark Law and "Use " in the Computer and Internet Age, 33 CANADIAN INTELL. PROP. REV. 49 (2017).
Liz Brown, Bridging the Gap: Improving Intellectual Property Protection for the Look and Feel of Websites, 3 N.Y.U. J. OF INTELL. PROP. & ENT. L. 310 (2017).
Debbie Chu, #CautionBusinesses: Using Competitors' Hashtags Could Possibly Lead to Trademark Infringement, 25 CATH. U. 387 (Spring 2017).
John T. Cross, Trademark Issues Relating to Digital Flavor, 19 YALE J.L. & TECH. 389 (2017).
Danny Friedmann, Protection Against Abuse of Trademark Law in Greater China: A Brief Analysis of the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, 47 CAL. W. INT'L L. J. 157 (2017).
Jeanna C. Fromer, The Unregulated Certification Mark(et), 69 STAN. L. REV. 121 (Jan. 2017).
Kerrijane John, Combating Counterfeits: Using U.S. Law to Analyze the Potential Application of China's Amended Trademark Law to Online Marketplaces, 35 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L. J. 481 (2017).
Steven E. Grill, Policing Trademarks on Social Media, 28 N.H.B.J. (2017).
Zachary Kasnetz, Slanting Trademark Choices in the Right Direction: Why Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act Promotes the Interests of Consumers, 82 MO. L. REV. 191 (Winter 2017).
Anna L. King & Luke S. Curran, The Hidden Persuader: Sound Marks as Sonic Indicators of Source, 10 LANDSLIDE no. 1, at 40 (Sept./Oct. 2017).
Peter Kunin, Locking It Up: Trademark Tips and Traps for the General Practitioner, 28 N.H.B.J. (2017).
Kristen Lang, Protecting Product Designs: Trade Dress v. Design Patents, 28 N.H.B.J. (2017).
Sean P. Morris, Trademarks as Sources of Market Power: Drugs, Beers and Product Differentiation, 35 J.L. & COM. 163 (Spring 2017).
Xuan-Thao Nguyen, The World's Trademark Powerhouse: A Critique of China's New Trademark Law, 40 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 901 (2017).
James Plotkin, The Impact of 3D Printing on Canadian Trademark Law: Selected Issues and Potential Solutions, 33 CANADIAN INTELL. PROP. REV. 63 (2017).
Rajeev Sachdev, Towards an Improved Framework for Trade-mark Law and Regulation in Social Media Usernames: A Study of the Canadian, U.S. and U.K. Positions, 28 INTELL. PROP. J. 379 (2017).
Tyler M. Seling, The Kit Kat Conundrum: Difficulties in Obtaining Trademarks for Shapes and Containers, 25 J. INT'L L. & PRAC. 455 (2017).
Jeremy Walker, Beware of Facilitating Counterfeiting and Trademark Infringement, 28 N.H.B.J. (2017).
7.5 Trade Secret
Jenna M. Andrews, An Insider Job: The Intersection of Federal Computer Law and Trade Secret Law in Cases of Insider Misappropriation, 18 J. HIGHTECH. L. 161 (2017).
Kaylee Beauchamp, Comment, The Failures of Federalizing Trade Secrets: Why the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 Should Preempt State Law, 86 MISS. L.J. 1031 (2017).
David S. Bloch, Can the Government be Sued under the Defend Trade Secrets Act, 45 AIPLA Q. J. 407 (2017).
Mareesa A. Frederick & Clara N. Jimenez, Are the Crown Jewels Really Safe, 9 LANDSLIDE no.4, at 14 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
Eric Goldman, The Defend Trade Secrets Act Isn't an Intellectual Property Law, 33 SANTA CLARA HIGH TECH. L. J. 541 (2017).
Mitchell Herren & Rachel Silva, The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016, 86 J. KAN. B. ASS'N 34 (2017).
Samuel J. LaRoque, Reverse Engineering and Trade Secrets in the Post-Alice World, 66 KAN. L. REV. 427 (2017).
7.6 Semiconductor Chip Protection
Gabriella A. Conte, "Waiting on the (Music) World to Change": Licensing in the Digital Age of Music, 83 BROOK. L. REV. 323 (2017).
John E. Dubiansky, The Licensing Function of Patent Intermediaries, 15 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 292 (May 2017).
7.8 Intellectual Property Issues of the Internet
Jessica Michelle Ciminero, Technology, the Internet and the Evolution of Webcasters, Amazon Revisited, 8 AM. U. INTELL. PROP. BRIEF 109 (2017).
Cynthia L. Dahl, Solving Ethical Puzzles to Unlock University Technology Transfer Client Work for an Intellectual Property Legal Clinic, 23 B.U. J. SCI. & TECH. L. 1 (2017).
Andrew Hall, Open-Source Licensing and Business Models: Making Money by Giving It Away, 33 SANTA CLARA HIGH TECH. L. J. 427 (2017).'
Amir H. Khoury, Intellectual Property From Outside the Box: The Curious Case of Internet From Space, 6 J. INT'L MEDIA & ENT. L. 169 (Apr. 2017).
Frances Lewis, Slipping Through the Cracks: How Digital Music-Streaming Cuts Corners on Artists' Royalty Revenues Globally, 43 BROOK. J. INT'L L. 297 (2017).
Heather Meeker & Stephanie Petit, The New Foundation of Open Source, 33 SANTA CLARA HIGH TECH. L.J. 415 (2017).
Crystal Nwaneri, Internet Retransmissions in the Real World: A Comparative Analysis of the Legal and Economic Effects of Over-the-Top Broadcast Services in Singapore, the United States, and Abroad, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 250 (2017).
Andrew J. Piombino, Contributory Liability under the ACPA: A More Effective Approach to Deterring Cybersquatting at Its Source, 22 ROGER WILLIAMS U. L. REV. 327 (2017).
Kevin Ryan et al., Intellectual Property Crimes, 54 AM. CRIM. L. REV. 1509 (2017).
Emily Tate, You tube's ContentID Copyright Infringement Flagging System Using Its Corporate-Assuaging Origins in Viacom v. Youtube As A Jumping-Off Point for the Way It's Been Used and
Altered over the Years, B.C. INTELL. PROP. & TECH. F. BLOG (Feb. 2017), http://bciptf.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Formal-YouTube-ContentID-Tate.pdf.
Ioana Vasiua & Lucian Vasiu, Backdoor Man: A Radiograph of Computer Source Code Theft Cases, 18 J. HIGH TECH. L. 1 (2017).
Vaibhav H. Vora, The Borderless Torrents: Infringing the Copyright Laws around the World, 57 IDEA 281 (2017).
Hearston L. Wesner, A Reputation Held Hostage? Commercial Mug Shot Web Sites and the Trade in Digital Shame, 22 COMM. L. & POL'Y 459 (Fall 2017).
7.9 International Developments
Nick Aries, Is Europe Really Moving Away From Protecting Online Platforms?, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 6 (Dec. 2017).
Robin Barclay, Cyber Fraud: a Question of Trust, 167 N.L.J. 17 (Nov. 2017).
Laura Bassett, Comment, How Google's Android Bundles Could Cost Them Billions in the El) & India, 25 J. INT'L L. & PRAC. 119 (2017).
Jamie Cartwright, Product Liability and the Internet of Things, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 5 (June 2017).
Julia Chain, Avoiding Errors & Pitfalls in eDiscovery, 167 N.L.J. 20 (Oct. 2017).
Chris Chapman, A New Technological Age, 167 N.L.J. 18 (May 2017).
Michael Conway, High Court Finds No Trademark Infringement or Passing Off in Argos Ltd v. Argos System Inc. Internet Ads Dispute, 39 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 594 (2017).
Katrin Cremers et al., Patent Litigation in Europe, 44 EUR. J.L. & ECON. 1 (2017).
Malcolm Dowden et al., Rise of the Machines (Pt 2), 167 N.L.J. 15 (Mar. 2017).
Lilian Faulhaber, The Luxembourg Effect: Patent Boxes and the Limits of International Cooperation, 101 MINN. L. REV. 1641 (Apr. 2017).
Roya Ghafele, Counting the Costs of Expanding Copyright Levies to Cloud Computing, 39 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 350 (2017).
Michael Goldman & Ulrich Shulte-Strathaus, Brexit: A Transatlantic Aviation Perspective, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 1 (2017).
Nicholas Griffin, Privacy v security, 167 N.L.J. 15 (Feb. 2017).
Steve Hynes, Digital Law Crashes Out... For Now, 167 N.L.J. 7 (Apr. 2017).
Edward Iacobucci & Ralph A. Winter, European Law on Selective Distribution and Internet Sales: An Economic Perspective, 81 ABA ANTITRUST L.J. 47 (2017).
Aurelija Lukoseviciene, On Author, Copyright and Originality: Does the Unified EU Originality Standard Correspond to the Digital Reality in Wikipedia?, 11 MASARYK U. J. L. & TECH. 215 (Fall 2017).
Tom McClean, Why the French FOIA "Failed", 7 J. INT'L MEDIA & ENT. L. 31 (JUNE 2017).
Lyubomira Midelieva, Rethinking Hyperlinking: Addressing Hyperlinks to Unauthorized Content in Copyright Law and Policy, 39 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 479 (2017).
Jan Miller, GDPR "Wave of Litigation", 167 N.L.J. 4 (Nov. 2017).
Andrew D. Mitchell & Jarrod Hepburn, Don't Fence Me In: Reforming Trade and Investment Law to Better Facilitate Cross-Bor-der Data Transfer, 19 YALE J.L. & TECH. 182 (2017).
Ivan Morales, Note, Balancing Intellectual Property Rights and Clean Technology Development: Encouraging Cooperation, 17 HOUS. J. HEALTH L. & POL'Y 405 (2017).
Miranda Mourby et al., The Data Protection Bill-Virtues Out of Necessity?, 167 N.L.J. 11 (Nov. 2017).
Andrew Neville, Is It a Human Right to Be Forgotten: Conceptualizing the World View, 15 SANTA CLARA J. INT'L L. 157 (2017).
Maziar Pehihani, Financial Regulation and Disruptive Technologies: The Case of Cloud Computing in Singapore, SING. J. LEGAL STUDIES 77 (2017).
Tatiana Eleni Synodinou, Decoding the Kodi Box: To Link or Not to Link?, 39 EURO. INTELL. PROP. REV. 733 (2017).
Roszel C. Thomsen, Ethical Breakdowns on the Road to Exporting Intellectual Property, 45 AIPLA Q.J. 73 (Winter 2017).
Juha Vesala, Geohlocking Requirements in Online Distribution of Copyright-Protected Content: Implications of Copyright Issues on Application of EU Antitrust Law, 25 MICH. ST. J. INT'L L. 595 (2017).
Bethan Walsh, Data Obligations, 167 N.L.J. 15 (Mar. 2017).
Philip Weissman, The Warsaw and Montreal Conventions, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 12 (2017).
David White, Mind the GDPR (Pt 2), 167 N.L.J. 11 (Dec. 2017).
Alberts Wim & Dirk Van Dyk, Taxi, Taxi - The Protection of Car Shapes in Intellectual Property Law Notes, 134 S. AFR. L. J. 219 (2017).
7.9.3 Developments in Canada
Christopher Alcantara et al., Decolonization in a Digital Age: Cryptocurrencies and Indigenous Self Determination in Canada, 32 CAN. J. L. & Soc. 19(2017).
Amanda Clarke et al., Understanding Governance in the Digital Era: An Agenda for Public Administration Research in Canada, 60 CAN. PUB. ADMIN. 459 (2017).
Patrick Floyd et al., Canada's Experience with ATC Privatization, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 23 (2017).
Justin Longo, The Evolution of Citizen and Stakeholder Engagement in Canada, From Spicer to #Hashtags, 60 CAN. PUB. ADMIN. 517 (2017).
7.9.4 Developments in Mexico and Latin America
7.9.5 Developments in Australia and New Zealand
Ruby King, Digital Domestic Violance: Are Victims of Intimate Partner Cyber Harassment Sufficiently Protected by New Zealand's Current Legislation?, 48 VICTORIA U. WELLINGTON L. REV. 29 (May 2017).
Ellie A. Page, The Criminal Mind: Neuroscientific Evidence as a Mitigating Factor in Sentencing in New South Wales, Australia, 26 PAC. RIM L. & POL'Y J. 659 (2017).
7.9.6 Developments in Africa
Oyeniyi and Abe & Smith Ouma, Regional Integration, Public Health Capabilities, And the Place of the World Health Organization in Africa, 27 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV 232 (2017).
7.9.7 Developments in Asia
Mark Wang & Ron Cai, The Chinese Government Issues Draft Cy-bersecurity Regulations to Protect Critical Information Infrastructure, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 6 (Sept. 2017).
Alison Xu, Chinese Judicial Justice on the Cloud: A Future Call or Pandora 's Box? An Analysis of the "Intelligent Court System ""of China, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 59 (2017).
7.9.8 Developments in Western Europe
7.9.9 Developments in Eastern Europe and Russia
Daniel Garrie & Irene Byhovsky, Privacy and Data Protection in Russia, 5 J.L. & CYBER WARFARE 235 (Winter 2017).
8. COMPUTERS AND LEGAL REASONING
Anthony J. Casey & Anthony Niblett, Self-Driving Contracts, 43 J. CORP.L. 1 (Fall 2017).
Jordan Dillon, Note, Artificial Intelligence in the Administrative State, 42 ADMIN. & REG. L. NEWS 4 (Summer 2017).
S.M. Solaiman, Legal Personality of Robots, Corporations, Idols and Chimpanzees: a Quest for Legitimacy, 25 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & L. 155 (2017).
Andrew Tutt, An FDA for Algorithms, 69 ADMIN. L. REV. 83 (Winter 2017).
8.1 Artificial Intelligence
Andrew Arruda, An Ethical Obligation to Use Artificial Intelligence: An Examination of the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Law and the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility, 40 AM. J. TRIAL ADVOC. 443 (2017).
Jane R. Bambauer, Dr. Robot, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 383 (Dec. 2017).
Russ Banham, Cyber security: A New Engagement Opportunity, J. ACCT. 31 (Oct. 2017).
Matthew Blunt, Highway to a Headache: Is Tort-Based Automotive Insurance on a Collision Course with Autonomous Vehicles?, 53 WILLAMETTE L. REV. 107 (Spring 2017).
L. Karl Branting, Data-centric and Logic-based Models for Automated Legal Problem Solving, 25 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & L. 5 (2017).
Bartosz Brozek & Marek Jakubiec, On the Legal Responsibility of Autonomous Machines, 25 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & L. 293 (2017).
Joanna J. Bryson, Mihailis E. Diamantis & Thomas D. Grant, Of for, and by the People: the Legal Lacuna of Synthetic Persons, 25 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & L. 273 (2017).
Ryan Calo, Artificial Intelligence Policy: A Primer and Roadmap, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 399 (Dec. 2017).
Scott Carlson, E-Jury Consultant, 103 A.B.A. J. 32 (N2017).
Bryan Casey, Amoral Machines, or: How Roboticists Can Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Law, 111 Nw. U. L. REV. 1347 (2017).
Anthony J. Casey & Anthony Niblett, Self-Driving Contracts, 43 J. CORP. L. 1 (Fall 2017).
Giuseppe Contissa, Francesca Lagioia & Giovanni Sartor, The Ethical Knob: Ethically-Customizable Automated Vehicles & L., 25 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW 365 (2017).
Giulio Coraggio, Are You Ready for Artificial Intelligence?, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 1 (Apr. 2017).
Mariano-Florentino Cuellar, A Simpler World: On Pruning Risks and Harvesting Fruits in an Orchard of Whispering Algorithms, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 27 (Nov. 2017).
Julia Dickenson et al., Creative Machines: Ownership of Copyright in Content Created by Artificial Intelligence Applications, 39 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 457 (2017).
Jordan Dillon, Note, Artificial Intelligence in the Administrative State, 42 ADMIN. & REG. L. NEWS 4 (Summer 2017).
Jeff Drew, Real Talk about Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain, J. ACCT. 29 (2017).
Ariel Ezrachi & Maurice E. Stucke, Artificial Intelligence & Collusion: When Computers Inhibit Competition, 2017 U. ILL. L. REV. 1775 (2017).
M. Jake Feaver, Note, Correcting Computer Vision: The Case for Real Eyes after Lenz, 68 HASTINGS L.J. 397 (Feb. 2017).
Lily Frank & Sven Nyholm, Robot Sex and Consent: Is Consent to Sex Between a Robot and a Human Conceivable, Possible, and Desirable?, 25 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND L. 305 (2017).
Mary Anne Franks, The Desert of the Unreal: Inequality in Virtual and Augmented Reality, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 499 (Dec. 2017).
Sofia Grafanki, Autonomy Challenges in the Age of Big Data, 21 FORDHAM INTELL. PROP. MEDIA & ENT. L.J. 803 (Summer 2017).
Mizuki Hashiguchi, The Global Artificial Intelligence Revolution Challenges Patent Eligibility Laws, 13 J. BUS. & TECH. L. 1 (2017).
Elizabeth E. Joh, Private Security Robots, Artificial Intelligence, and Deadly Force, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 569 (Dec. 2017).
Margot E. Kaminski, Authorship, Disrupted: AI Authors in Copyright and First Amendment Law, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 589 (Dec. 2017).
Richard Kemp, Legal Aspects of Artificial Intelligence, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 2 (2017).
Mark A. Lemley & Eugene Volokh, The Real Law of Virtual Reality, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 51 (Nov. 2017).
John Lightbourne, Note, Algorithms & Fiduciaries: Existing and Proposed Regulatory Approaches to Artificially Intelligent Financial Planners, 67 DUKE L.J. 651 (Dec. 2017).
Mark McKamey, Legal Technology: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Practice, 22 APPEAL 45 (2017).
Sharon D. Nelson & John W. Simek, Running with the Machines: AI in the Practice of Law, 43 LAW PRAC. 24 (July/Aug. 2017).
Marc van Opijnen & Cristiana Santos, On the Concept of Relevance in Legal Information Retrieval, 25 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & L. 65 (2017).
Larissa Park, Artificial Intelligence: Patentability of an Interface Between the Human Brain and a Computer, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 1 (May 2017).
Henry Prakken, On the Problem of Making Autonomous Vehicles Conform to Traffic Law, 25 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & L. 341 (2017).
Sean Semmler & Zeeve Rose, Artificial Intelligence: Application Today and Implications Tomorrow, 16 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 85 (Dec. 2017).
Olga Shulayeva, Advaith Siddharthan & Adam Wyner, Recognizing Cited Facts and Principles in Legal Judgements, 25 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & L. 107 (2017).
Bridget Watson, Note, A Mind of its Own - Direct Infringement by Users of Artificial Intelligence Systems, 58 IDEA 65 (2017).
Matt Zimmerman, Coming to Grips with Artificial Intelligence, 60 L. LlBR. LIGHTS 9 (Winter 2017).
9. LEGAL ISSUES OF THE INTERNET
Jon T. Abrahamsen, Ad Blockers, Convenience or Trespass: Click Here to Find Out, 2017 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & P[theta]L'Y487 (Fall 2017).
Natalie M. Banta, Property Interests in Digital Assets: The Rise of Digital Feudalism, 38 CARDOZO L. REV. 1099 (Feb. 2017)
Joseph R. Briscar, Comment, Data Transmission and Energy Efficient Internet Data Centers, 67 AM. U. L. REV. 233 (2017).
Terry Carter, Erasing the News, 103 A.B.A. J. 35 (Jan. 2017).
Noor Akief Dabbas et al., Bank's Legal Liabilities Due to Technical Errors in Processing Interbank Transactions, 134 THE BANKING L.J. [section] 10.06 (2017).
Franklin Graves & Michael Lee, The Law of Youtubers: The Next Generation of Creators and the Legal Issues They Face, 9 LANDSLIDE no.5, at 8 (May/June 2017).
Alexa Halloran, The World Wide Web Extension: From Dot-Com to Dot Everything, 10 J. BUS. ENTREPRENEURSHIP & L. 103 (2017).
Rebecca Ingber, Interpretation Catalysts in Cyberspace, 95 TEX. L. REV. 1531 (2017).
Kendall Jackson, I Spy: Addressing the Privacy Implications of Live Streaming Technology and the Current Inadequacies of the Law, 41 COLUM. J.L. & ARTS 125 (Fall 2017).
Sarah Esther Lageson, Crime Data, the Internet, and Free Speech: An Evolving Legal Consciousness, 51 L. & SOC'Y 8 (2017).
William Lane, Note, Titles II Or III: Where Will The Wisdom Of The Crowd Take Investors?, 66 CATH. U.L. REV. 721 (2017).
Tobias Lutzi, Internet Cases in EU Private International Law: Developing a Coherent Approach, 66 INT'L & COMP. L.Q. 687 (2017).
Stephen R. Miller & Jamila Jefferson-Jones, Airbnb and the Battle between Internet Exceptionalism and Local Control of Land Use, 31 PROB. & PROP. 36 (May/June 2017).
Elina Rakhlin, Will Blog for Food: Sponsored Content in the Age of Millennials, 35 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L. J. 415 (2017).
Luca Ratti, Online Platforms and Crowdwork In Europe: A Two-Step Approach to Expanding Agency Work Provisions?, 38 COMP. LAB. L. & POL'Y J. 477 (Spring 2017).
Alexandra J. Roberts, Tagmarks, 105 CAL. L. REV. 599 (2017).
Devika Singh et al, Mail and Wire Fraud, 54 AM. CRIM. L. REV. 1555 (2017).
Robert Spano, Intermediary Liability for Online User Comments Under the European Convention on Human Rights, 17 HUM. RTS. L.J. 665 (2017).
Julia K. Tanner, Mobile Internet Access: Technology, Competition, and Jurisdiction, 23 B.U. J. SCI. & TECH. L. 123 (2017).
Joel Timmer, Fighting Falsity: Fake News, Facebook, and the First Amendment, 35 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L. J. 669 (2017).
Sophia Dastagir Vogt, The Digital Underworld: Combating Crime on the Dark Web in the Modern Era, 15 SANTA CLARA J. INT'L L. 104 (2017).
9.1 ISP and Internet Access
Justin S. Browni, Broadband Privacy Within Network Neutrality: The FCC's Application & Expansion of the CPNI Rules, 11 U. ST. THOMAS J.L. & PUB. POL'Y 45 (2017).
Adam Candeub, Networks, Neutrality & Discrimination, 69 ADMIN. L. REV. 125 (Winter 2017).
Macklin K. Everly, Net Neutrality and the Department of the Internet: Creating Problems Through Solutions, 42 U. DAYTON L. REV. 55 (2017).
Julie Hsia, Note, Twitter Trouble: The Communications Decency Act in Inaction, 2017 COLUM. BUS. L. REV. 399 (2017).
Raphaela Maciel Ladeia, The Internet Service Provider Secondary Liability: A Comparative Analysis of Brazilian and United States Legislation and Case Law, 6 J. INT'L MEDIA & ENT. L. 187 (Apr. 2017).
Nancy Leong, The Race-Neutral Workplace of the Future, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 719 (Dec. 2017).
Lee Mason, Content Neutrality and Commercial Speech Doctrine after Reed v Town of Gilbert, 84 U. Cm. L. REV. 955 (Spring 2017).
Trautman & Peter C. Ormerod, Corporate Director's and Officers ' Cybersecurity Standard of Care: The Yahoo Data Breach, 66 AM. U. L. REV. 1231 (2017).
Alpana Roy & Althaf Marsoof, Geo-Blocking, VPNs and Injunctions, 39 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 672 (2017).
9.1.1 Net Neutrality
9.2 Domain Names
Annemarie Bridy, Notice and Takedown in the Domain Name System: ICANN's Ambivalent Drift into Online Content Regulation, 74 WASH. & LEE L. REV. 1345 (Summer 2017).
Milton L. Mueller & Farzaneh Badiei, Governing Internet Territory: Icann, Sovereignty Claims, Property Rights and Country Code Top-level Domain, 18 COLUM. SCI. & TECH. L. REV 435 (Spring 2017).
Alice A. Wang, Diversifying the Domain Name Governance Framework, 32 BERKELEY TECH. L.J. 137 (2017).
9.3 Civil Procedure in Cyberspace
Case Comment, District Court Allows Service of Process on an International Defendant via Twitter Under Rule 4(f)(3)--St. Francis Assisi v. Kuwait Finance House, 130 HARV. L. REV. 1962 (May 2017).
9.4 Online Communities
Hunt Allcott & Matthew Gentzkow, Social Media and Fake News in the 2016 Election, 31 J. ECON. PERSP. 211 (Spring 2017).
Raymond H. Brescia, Law and Social Innovation: Lawyering in the Conceptual Age, 80 ALB. L. REV 235 (2017).
Ryan C. Brunner, Websites as Facilities Under ADA Title III, 15 DUKE L.& TECH. REV. 171 (2017).
Megan L. Bumb, How Transaction-Bound Statutes are the True Threats to Prosecuting Perpetrators of Gender-Based Violence, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 917 (2017).
Diane Bastamante, Florida Joins the Fight Against Revenge Porn: Analysis of Florida's New Anti-Revenge Porn Law, 21 FIV L. REV. 357 (Spring 2017).
Eric C. Chaffee, Securities Regulation in Virtual Space, 74 WASH. & LEE L. REV. 1387 (Summer 2017).
Ming En Chin, Environmental Activism, the Internet and Rights in China, 26 HUM. RTS. DEFENDER 27 (Apr. 2017).
Kristina Coleman, Note, Beyond Baidoo v. Blood-Dzraku: Service of Process through Facebook and Other Social Media Platforms through an Indiana Lens, 50 IND. L. REV. 645 (2017).
Dorthe Refslund Christensen et al., Bereaved Parents ' Online Grief Communities: De-Tabooing Practices or Relation-Building Grief-Ghettos? 61 J. BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MED. 58 (2017).
Katrin Doveling, Online Emotion Regulation in Digitally Mediated Bereavement. Why Age and Kind of Loss Matter in Grieving Online, 61 J. BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MED. 41 (2017).
Donna Farang, Online Propaganda When Jihad Goes Viral, 54 AM. CRIM. L. REV. 843 (2017).
Victoria Smith Ekstrand, Democratic Governance, Self-Fulfillment and Disability: Web Accessibility Under the Americans With Disabilities Act and the First Amendment, 22 COMM. L. & POL'Y 427 (Fall 2017).
Kasey A. Feltner, Swipe Right for ISIS: Social Media and Material Support to Foreign Terrorist Organizations, 26 B.U. PUB. INT. L. J. 95 (2017).
Bryan A. Garner, A Lost Art: Read Any Good Book Reviews Lately? Probably Not-And Here's Why That Can Be a Bad Thing, 103 A.B.A. J. 26 (Jan. 2017).
Anthony J. Gaughan Illiberal Democracy: The Toxic Mix of Fake News, Hyperpolarization, and Partisan Election Administration, 12 DUKE J. CONST. L. & PUB. POL'Y 57 (2017).
Anthony J. Gaughan, Trump, Twitter, and the Russians: The Growing Obsolescence of Federal Campaign Finance Law, 27 S. CAL. INTERDISC. L.J. 79 (Fall 2017).
Erik Gerstner, Losing the Digital Shirt Off Your Back: Applying the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act to Virtual Property Betting, 9 WM. & MARY BUS. L. REV. 321 (Nov. 2017).
Alisdair A. Gillespie, The Electronic Spanish Prisoner: Romance Frauds on the Internet, 81 J. CRIM. L. 217 (June 2017).
Jamison Tyler Gilmore, Augmented Reality Incitement: How the Creator of Pokemon Go, and Those Who Follow, Are Open to Tortious Liability Notes and Comments, 47 Sw. L. REV. 231 (2017).
Evan Glustrom, Intrastate Crowdfunding in Alaska: Is there Security in Following the Crowd, 34 ALASKA L. REV. 293 (2017).
Jessica G. Gordon, Legal Access to a Deceased Account-User's Digital Assets, L.A. LAW., June 2017, at 8.
Andrew J. Griffin, A Fantastic Gamble: An Analysis of Daily Fantasy Sports Under the Uigea and the Predominance Test, 23 B.U. J. SCI. & TECH. L. 456(2017).
Elizabeth M. Heintzelman, Note, [double dagger][double dagger]NCAA vs. Student Athletes: An Empirical Analysis of NCAA Social Media Policies, 39 HASTINGS COMM. & ENT. L.J. 43 (2017).
John T. Holden & Simon A. Brandon-Lai, Advertized Incentives for Participation in Daily Fantasy Sports Contests in 2015 and 2016: Legal Classification and Consumer Implications, 15 ESLJ 1 (2017).
Molly Shaffer Van Houweling, Tempting Trespass or Suggesting Sociability: Augmented Reality and the Right to Include, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 731 (Dec. 2017).
Fizza Iqbal & Humaira Jami, Translation and Validation of Face-book Jealousy Scale for Pakistani Facebook Users, 27 J. OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 1 (2017).
Matthew O. Jackson, The Economic Consequences of Social-Network Structure, 55 J. ECON. LITERATURE 49 (Mar. 2017).
Alexandra L. Jamel, Mixing Business with Pleasure: Evaluating the Blurred Line Between the Ownership of Business and Personal Social Media Accounts Under [section] 541(A)(1), 33 EMORY BANKR. DEV. J. 561 (2017).
Elizabeth F. Judge & Tenille E. Brown, Pokemorials: Placing Norms in Augmented Reality, 50 U.B.C. L. REV. 971 (Nov. 2017).
Colleen M. Koch, To Catch a Catfish: A Statutory Solution for Victims of Online Impersonation, 88 U. COLO. L. REV. 233 (2017).
Caitlin McKeown, Comment, Facebook, Defamation, and Terrorism: Who Is Responsible for Dangerous Posts on Social Media?, 26 TUL. J. INT'L & COMP. L. 163 (Winter 2017).
Brian C. Miller, Not Just a Fantasy: The Real Benefits of Daily Fantasy Sports Legislation for Wisconsin, 2017 WIS. L. REV. 1273 (2017).
Ryan Mitchell, Pokemon Go-Es Directly to Court: How Pokemon Go Illustrates the Issue of Virtual Trespass and the Need for Evolved Tort Laws: Comment, 49 TEX. TECH L. REV. 959 (Summer 2017).
Alexandria K. Montanio, Medicine 2.0: Have We Gone Too Far?, 19 J. HEALTH CARE L. & POL'Y 149 (2017).
Christopher A. Moore, Find Out Who Your Friends Are: A Frame-work for Determining Whether Employees' Social Media Followers Follow Them to a New Job, 39 CAMPBELL L. REV. 493 (2017).
Brian Mund, Social Media Searches and the Reasonable Expectation of Privacy, 19 YALE J.L. & TECH. 238 (2017).
Robert C. Nagle & Andrew M. MacDonald, Avoiding Ethical Pit-falls in Using Social Media, 45 LAB. AND EMP. L. 1 (Spring 2017).
Seth A. Nadel, Healthcare Professionals Encounter Hurdles when Faced with Negative Reviews on Social Media, 30 HEALTH LAW. 30 (Dec. 2017).
Bjorn Nansen et al., Social Media in the Funeral Industry: On the Digitization of Grief, 61 J. BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MED. 73 (2017).
Kevin O' Keefe, Sociability Skills, 103 A.B.A. J. 28 (Aug. 2017).
Hillel I. Parness, Toward a Social Networking Law, 10 LANDSLIDE no.l, at 44 (Sept./Oct. 2017).
Natalie Pennington, Tie Strength and Time: Mourning on Social Networking Sites, 61 J. BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MED. 11 (2017).
Jessica M. Pollack, Getting Even: Empowering Victims of Revenge Porn With a Civil Cause of Action, 80 ALB. L. REV 235 (2016 -2017).
Eleonora Rosati, The CJEU Pirate Bay judgment and its Impact on the Liability of Online Platforms, 39 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 737 (2017).
Joseph I. Rosenbaum, FTC Warns Celebrities Over Social Media Endorsements, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 1 (Aug. 2017).
Michelle Roter, Note, With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Imposing a Duty to Take Down Terrorist Incitement on Social Media, 45 HOFSTRA L. REV. 1379 (Summer 2017).
Jacob Rewbottom, Holding Back the Tide: Privacy, Injunctions & the Digital Media, 133 L. Q. REV. 177 (Apr. 2017).
Jakob Borrits Sabra, "I Hate When They Do That!"' Netiquette in Mourning and Memorialization Among Danish Facebook Users, 61 J. BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MED. 24 (2017).
Cassandra Sharp, #fear & Loathing in Sydney: Law, Justice and the Experience of Fear in a Hashtag World, 30 L. & LITERATURE 29 (Spring 2017).
Erin Sheley, Victim Impact Statements and Expressive Punishment in the Age of Social Media, 52 WAKE FOREST L. REV. 157 (2017).
Ned F. Sherman, The Future of VR: Sports Programming to Drive Adoption?, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 3 (Dec. 2017).
Daniel J. Siegel, 12 Rules for Ethically Dealing with Social Media, 2017 BUS. L. TODAY 1 (Feb. 2017).
Lauren Simpson, #Ordinary Meaning: Using Twitter as a Corpus in Statutory Analysis, 2017 B.Y.U. L. REV. 487 (2017).
Symposium, Sports, Media & Millennials: Evolving Landscape of Consumer Demand, 24 JEFFREY S. MOORAD SPORTS L.J. 143 (2017).
Bridget A.J. Whan Tong, A new player has entered the Game: Immigration Reform for Esports Players, 24 JEFFREY S. MOORAD SPORTS L.J. 351 (2017).
Ryan Wichtowski, Increasing Copyright Protection for Social Media Users by Expanding Social Media Platforms' Rights, 15 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 253 (May 2017).
9.4.1 Social Networking
9.4.2 Virtual Worlds
9.5 First Amendment Concerns
Matthew Ashton, Note, Debugging the Real World: Robust Criminal Prosecution in the Internet of Things, 59 ARIZ. L. REV. 805 (2017).
Alan Fu, Copyright Severability: The Hurdle Between 3d-Printing and Mass Crowdsourced Innovation, 15 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 84 (Jan. 2017).
Wes Gerrie, Say What You Want: How Unfettered Freedom of Speech on the Internet Creates No Recourse for Those Victimized, 26 CATH. U. 1 (Fall 2017).
David L. Hudson Jr., Paying for Free Speech, 103 A.B.A. J. 18 (2017).
Annie C. Hundley, Fake News and the First Amendment: How False Political Speech Kills the Marketplace of Ideas Comments, 92 TUL. L. REV. 497 (2017).
Jasmine E. Mcnealy, Spam and the First Amendment Redux: Free Speech Issues in State Regulation of Unsolicited Email, 22 COMM. L. & POL'Y 351 (Summer 2017).
JoJo Y.C. Mo, Online Defamation in Hong Kong: Fevaworks and Beyond, 12 J. COMP. L. 231 (2017).
Elizabeth A. Shaver, Denying Certiorari in Bell v. Itawamba County School Board: A Missed Opportunity to Clarify Students'
First Amendment Rights in the Digital Age, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 1539(2017).
Bret M. Thixton, Rap Lyrics, Schools, and Free Speech: Examining the Limits of Free Speech of Students outside of Schools and on Social Media Comments, 41 S. ILL. U. L.J. 463 (Spring 2017).
10. LAW AND TECHNOLOGY
Hadeel Al-Alosi, Cyber-Violence: Digital Abuse in the Context of Domestic Violence, 40 U.N.S.W.L.J. 1573 (2017).
Robert J. Ambrogi, A Golden Age of Legal Tech Start-Ups, 43 L. PRAC. no.2, at 34 (Mar./Apr. 2017).
Jack M. Balkin, 2016 Sidley Austin Distinguished Lecture on Big Data Law and Policy: The Three Laws of Robotics in the Age of Big Data, 78 OHIO ST. L.J. 1217 (2017).
Cheryl Dancey Balough & Richard C. Balough, Cyberterrorism on Wheels: Are Today's Cars Vulnerable to Attack?, 2017 BUS. L. TODAY 1 (Nov. 2017).
D. Victoria Baranetsky, Encryption and the Press Clause, 6 N.Y.U. J. OF INTELL. PROP. & ENT. L. 179 (2017).
James M. Beck & Matthew D. Jacobson, 3D Printing: What Could Happen to Products Liability When Users (and Everyone Else in Between) Become Manufacturers, 18 Minn. J.L. SCI. & TECH. 143 (Winter 2017).
Jeremy De Beer et al., A Framework for Assessing Technology Hubs in Africa, 6 N.Y.U. J. OF INTELL. PROP. & ENT. L. 237 (2017).
William J. III Black, A No-Drones Home: Solving the Home Air-space Dilemma, 11 J. MARSHALL L.J. 1 (2017).
Eric Boughman et al., "Alexa, Do You Have Rights? ": Legal Issues Posed By Voice-Controlled Devices and the Data They Create, 2017 BUS. L. TODAY 1 (July 2017).
Alan Butler, Products Liability and the Internet of (Insecure) Things: Should Manufacturers Be Liable for Damage Caused by Hacked Devices, 50 U. MICH. J.L. REFORM 913 (Summer 2017).
Bryan Casey, Amoral Machines, or: How Roboticists Can Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Law, 111 Nw. U. L. REV. 1347 (2017).
Gina Y. Chen, Reforming the Current Regulatory Framework for Commercial Drones: Retaining American Businesses' Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy, 37 Nw. J. INT'L L. & BUS. 513 (2017).
Thompson Chengeta, Defining the Emerging Notion of "Meaning-ful Human Control" in Weapons Systems, 49 N.Y.U. J. INT'L L. & POL. 833 (2017).
Declan T. Conroy, Article, Property Rights In Augmented Reality, 24 MICH. TELECOMM. & TECH. L. REV. 17 (2017).
Daniel A. Crane et al., A Survey of Legal Issues Arising from the Deployment of Autonomous And Connected Vehicles, 23 MICH. TELECOMM. & TECH. L. REV. 191 (2017).
Aaron Deacon, The Messiness of Innovation: Cities of the Future Will Be Shaped by How They Balance Ordered Efficiency with Creative Disruption, 85 UMKC L. REV. 833 (Summer 2017).
Frank Douma et al., The Legal Obligations, Obstacles, and Opportunities for Automated and Connected Vehicles to Improve Mobility and Access for People Unable to Drive, 2017 MICH. ST. LAW REV. 75 (2017).
Wendy Everett et al., The Year in Legal Enforcement/Legal Tech, 7 J.L. 157 (2017).
Roberto M. Fernandez & Santiago Campero, Gender Sorting and the Glass Ceiling in High-Tech Firms, 70 ILR REV. J. WORK & POL'Y 73 (2017).
David Adam Friedman, Addressing the Commercialization of Business Reputation, 80 L. & CONTEMP. PROBS. 73 (2017).
Amir H. Khoury, Intellectual Property Rights for Hubots: On the Legal Implications of Human-like Robots as Innovators and Creators, 35 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L. J. 635 (2017).
Joshua A. Kroll et al., Accountable Algorithms, 165 U. PA. L. REV. 633 (Feb. 2017).
Rebecca Kunkel, Law Libraries and the Future of Public Access to Born-Digital Government Information, 109 L. LIBR. J. 67 (Winter 2017).
Ronald Leenes et al., Regulatory Challenges of Robotics: Some Guidelines for Addressing Legal and Ethical Issues, 9 L. INNOVATION & TECH. 1 (2017).
David Lehr & Paul Ohm, Playing With the Data: What Legal Scholars Should Learn About Machine Learning, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 653 (Dec. 2017).
Victor Li, Riding the Trend, 103 A.B.A. J. 36 (2017).
Kelvin FK Low & Ernie GS Teo, Bitcoins and other Cryptocurren-cies as Property?, 9 L., INNOVATION & TECH. 235 (2017).
Taryn Marks & Avery Le, Increasing Article Findability Online: The Four Cs of Search Engine Optimization, 109 L. LIBR. J. 83 (Winter 2017).
Susan Nevelow Mart, The Algorithm as a Human Artifact: Implications for Legal [Re]Search, 109 L. LIBR. J. 387 (Summer 2017).
Eliza Mik, Smart Contracts: Terminology, Technical Limitations and Real World Complexity, 9 L., INNOVATION & TECH. 269 (2017).
Andrew Nadolna et al., Why Arbitration Clauses May Make Sense in Cyber Insurance Policies, 18 CARDOZO J. CONFLICT RESOL. 43 (Fall 2017).
Abhi Nemani, Data & Dashboards: The Linchpin Of The Smart City, 85 UMKC L. REV. 973 (Summer 2017).
Frank Pasquale, Toward A Fourth Law of Robotics: Preserving Attribution, Responsibility, and Explainability in an Algorithmic Society, 78 OHIO ST. L.J. 1255 (2017).
Reade Ryan & Mayme Donohue, Securities on Blockchain, 73 BUS. L. 85 (Winter 2017-2018).
Cason Schmit, State Law Governance of Health Information Technology, 41 NOVA L. REV. 431 (2017).
Steven Seidenberg, Behind the Wheel, 103 A.B.A. J. 18 (2017).
Joseph A. Seiner, Tailoring Class Actions to the On-Demand Economy, 78 OHIO ST. L.J. 21 (2017).
Jeremy M. Sklaroff, Smart Contracts and the Cost of Inflexibility, 166 U. PA. L. REV. 263 (Dec. 2017).
Bryant Walker Smith, Autonomous Vehicles, Google Cars, And Vehicles Talking To Each Other: Automated Driving and Product Liability, 2017 MICH. ST. L. REV. 1 (2017).
Clint M. Westbrook, The Google Made Me Do It: The Complexity of Criminal Liability in the Age of Autonomous Vehicles, 2017 MICH. ST. L. REV. 97 (2017).
Matt Zimmerman, I'm not Scoffing: A Reflection on Digitization and the Role of the Library Technologist, 60 L. LIBR. LIGHTS 13 (Spring 2017).
10.1 Technology Transfer
Puspa Kriselina Asmoro, Technology Transfer in Indonesian State Universities: Do IPRS Play a Significant Role?, 7 INDON. L. REV. 49 (2017).
10.2 Audio/Video Recording
Patrick Trey Brady, The Celluloid Advocate: The Evolution of the Twentieth Century Cinematic Lawyer Notes, 27 S. CAL. INTERDISC. L.J. 165 (Fall 2017).
Han Ding, Bargaining in the Shadow of Cameras: Videotaping Negotiations to Enforce Model Rules of Professional Conduct, 32 OHIO ST. J. ON DISP. RESOL. 325 (2017).
Margot E. Kaminski, Privacy and the Right to Record, 97 B.U. L. REV. 167 (2017).
Emily A. Rehm, Breaking News and Breaking the Law: Reining in California's Criminalization of Paparazzi and the Intent to Photo-graph Notes and Comments, 46 Sw. L. REV. 469 (2017).
Joel Waldfogel, How Digitization Has Created a Golden Age of Music, Movies, Books, and Television, 31 J. ECON. PERSP. 195 (Summer 2017).
10.3 Space Law
Roy Balleste, Worlds Apart: The Legal Challenges of Suborbital Flights in Outer Space, 49 N.Y.U. J. INT'L L. & POL. 1033 (2017).
Marc G. Cams, Consent Not Required, 77 A.F.L. REV. 173 (2017).
Chelsey Davis & Mark J. Sundahl, The Hague Working Group on Space Resources, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 7 (2017).
Mitchell Ford, Comment, War on the Final Frontier: Can Twentieth-Century Space Law Combat Twenty-First-Century Warfare, 39 HOUS. J. INT'L L. 237 (Winter 2017).
Jason Krause, Rocket Law, 103 A.B.A. J. 45 (Apr. 2017).
Paul B. Larson, Small Satellite Legal Issues, 82 J. AIR L. & COM. 275 (2017).
Katie E. Lee, Colonizing the Final Frontier: Why Space Exploration beyond Low-Earth Orbit Is Central to U.S. Foreign Policy, and the Legal Challenges It May Pose Notes, 27 S. CAL. INTERDISC. L.J. 231 (Fall 2017).
Pamela Meredith & Laura Montgomery, Space Law Then, Now, and in the Future, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 1 (2017).
Danielle Miller, Calling Space Traffic Control: An Argument for Careful Consideration before Granting Space Traffic Management Authorities, 23 ILSA J. INT'L & COMP. L. 279 (Winter 2017).
Emily M. Nevala, Waste in Space: Remediating Space Debris Through the Doctrine of Abandonment and the Law of Capture, 66 AM.U. L. REV. 415 (2017).
Eng Teong See, Commercialization of Space Activities: The Laws and Implications, 82 J. AIR L. & COM. 145 (2017).
Emily Taft, Outer Space: The Final Frontier or the Final Battlefield?, 15 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 362 (May 2017).
Melissa de Zwart & Dale Stephens, Non-Military Space Testing in the Woomera Prohibited Area: Opportunities for the Australian Space Industry?, 45 FED. L. REV. 39 (2017).
10.4 Medical Technology
Brooke Acevedo, The Constitutionality and Future of Sex Reassignment Surgery in United States Prisons, 28 HASTINGS WOMEN'S L.J. 81 (Winter 2017).
Barry H. Boise et al., Value-Based Contracting for Prescription Drugs and Medical Devices: An Innovative Solution Impaired by Outdated Regulations, 30 HEALTH LAW. 1 (Oct. 2017).
Adelyn B. Boleman, Comment, Georgia's Telemedicine Laws and Regulations: Protecting Against Health Care Access, 68 MERCER L. REV. 489 (Winter 2017).
Courtney M. Brokloff, Looks Can Kill: The Dark Side of Indoor Tanning and What Sates Need to do Help Protect Young Adults from this Deadly Glow, 103 IOWA L. REV. 271 (2017).
Devon S. Connor-Green, Blockchain in Healthcare Data, 21 INTELL. PROP. & TECH. L.J. 93 (2017).
Andrew Courtwright & Emily RubinGuest, Healthcare Provider Limitation of Life-Sustaining Treatment without Patient or Surrogate Consent, 45 J. L. MED. & ETHICS 442 (2017).
Katherine Drabiak, Caveat Emptor: How the Intersection of Big Data and Consumer Genomics Exponentially Increases Informational Privacy Risks, 27 HEALTH MATRIX 143 (2017).
Louiza Dudin, Networked Medical Devices: Finding a Legislative Solution to Guide Healthcare into the Future, 40 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 1085 (Spring 2017).
Stephen Ferris, Note, Sex Panic and Videotape, 28 HASTINGS WOMEN'S L.J. 203 (Summer 2017).
Barry R. Furrow, The CRISPR-Cas9 Tool of Gene Editing: Cheaper, Faster, Riskier, 26 ANN. HEALTH L. 33 (2017).
Shirley Gonzalez, The Menstrual Cycle as a Vital Sign: The Use of Naprotechnology in the Evaluation and Management of Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding and PCOS in the Adolescent, 32 ISSUES L. & MED. 227 (2017).
Frank Griffin, Prejudicial Interpretation of Expert Reliability on the Cutting Edge Enables the Orthopaedic Implant Industry's Bodily Eminent Domain Claim, 18 MINN. J.L. SCI. & TECH. 207 (Winter 2017).
Samuel D. Hodge, Jr. & Joanne Callahan, Understanding Medical Records in the Twenty-First Century, 22 BARRY L. REV. 273 (2017).
Sharona Hoffman, Big Data and the American Disabilities Act, 68 HASTINGS L.J. 777 (May 2017).
Jonathan Kahn, Revisiting Racial Patents in an Era of Precision Medicine, 67 CASE W. RES. L. REV. 1153 (Summer 2017).
Jay S. Kaufman, Statistics, Adjusted Statistics, and Maladjusted Statistics, 43 AM. J.L. & MED. 193 (2017).
Christopher Kersbergen, Patient Safety Should Include Patient Privacy: The Shortcomings of the FDA's Recent Draft Guidence Re-garding Cybersecurity of Medical Devices, 41 NOVA L. REV. 397 (2017).
Gianclaudio Malgieri & Giovanni Comande, Sensitive-by-Distance: Quasi-Health Data in the Algorithmic Era, 26 INFO. & COMM. TECH. L. 229 (2017).
Amalia R. Miller & Catherine Tucker, Frontiers of Health Policy: Digital Data and Personalized Medicine, 17 INNOVATION POL'Y & ECON. 49 (2017).
Katie Pawlitz & Greg Russo, Examination of Data Considerations in the Post-Acute Context, 28 HEALTH LAW. 23 (June 2017).
Andre Dias Pereira, Gene Editing: A Challenge for Homo Sapiens, 36 MED. & L. 5(2017).
James H. Pietsch, Matters of the Heart--Keeping Pace with Science, Ethics, and the Law in Deactivation of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices, Including Pacemakers, 25 ELDER L.J. 7(2017).
David L. Powe, Telehealth: Impact on the State of Healthcare in Mississippi, 35 MISS. C. L. REV. 367 (2017).
Srividhya Ragavan, Data Exclusivity: A Tool to Sustain Market Monopoly, 8 JINDAL GLOBAL L. REV. 241 (2017).
Vera Lucia Rapaso, Is It Possible to Achieve a Common Standard of Care for Cybermedicine within the EU, 36 MED. & L. 29 (June 2017).
Kimberly Lovett Rockwell, The Promise of Telemedicine: Current Landscape and Future Directions, 96 MI BAR J. 38 (Feb. 2017).
Anne Ruff & Adriana Fortune, Emerging Duties Under Unsettled Disability Law: Web Access and Service Animals in Health Care, 11 J. HEALTH & LIFE SCI. L. 80 (Oct. 2017).
Rachel E. Sachs, Mobile Health Innovation and Interagency Coordination, 26 ANN. HEALTH L. 1 (Summer 2017).
Hana Sahdev, Can I Skype My Doctor? Limited Medicare Cover-age Hinders Telemedicine's Potential to Improve Health Care Access, 57 B.C. L. REV. 1813 (2017).
Deeva V. Shah, The Oversimplification of Deregulation: A Case Study On Clinical Decision Support Software, 24 MICH. TELECOMM. & TECH. L. REV. 115 (2017).
Toshiko Takenaka, The Patent and Non-Patent Incentives for Research and Development on New Uses of Known Pharmaceuticals in Japan, 12 WASH. J. L. TECH. & ARTS 219 (2017).
David G. Wirtes et al., Alabama Medical Records, 47 CUMB. L. REV. 305 (2017).
Patrick J. Woodley, Tools to Foster Trust in Sharing Healthcare Data: Toward a Common Language for Regulatory Metadata, 36 MED. & L. 25 (2017).
Michael Woods, Cardiac Defibrillators Need to Have a Bulletproof Vest: The National Security Risk Posed by the Lack of Cybersecurity in Implantable Medical Devices, 41 NOVA L. REV. 419 (2017).
Deborah Zalesne, The Intersection of Contract Law, Reproductive Technology, and the Market: Families in the Age of Art, 51 U. RICH. L. REV. 419(2017).
10.4.1 Electronic Records
10.5 Science and Technology
Alexandra Regan Abernethy, An App a Day Keeps the Doctor Away: Liability Analysis of the Breast Cancer Ally App, 32 WIS. J.L. GENDER & SOC'Y 193 (Fall 2017).
Christopher Anderson, Small can be Inventive: The Patentability of Nanoscale Reproductions of Macroscale Machines, 9 WM. & MARY BUS. L. REV. 285 (Nov. 2017).
Debra Austin, Food for Thought: The Neuroscience of Nutrition to Fuel Cognitive Performance, 95 OR. L. REV. 425 (2017).
Jane R. Bambauer, Dr. Robot, 51 U.C.D.L. REV. 383 (Dec. 2017).
Vinita Banthia, Biosimilars: Countering Shortages of Biotherapies in a Global and Local, 57 IDEA 359 (2017).
Deryck Beyleveld & Li Jianjun, Inclusive Governance over Agri-cultural Biotechnology: Risk Assessment and Public Participation, 9 L., INNOVATION & TECH. 301 (2017).
Katie W. Branscum, Agricultural and Food Law--Food Labeling and Biotechnology - The Food Fight Over Labeling Genetically Engineered Foods and a Natural Solution to Protect Agricultural Biotechnology in the Natural State, 39 UALR L. REV. 461 (Spring 2017).
Nikki Bromberger, Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Compensating Victims and Deterring Non-Vaccinators, 42 ALTERNATIVE L.J. 211 (2017)
Roger Brownsword, From Erewhon to AlphaGo: For the Sake of Human Dignity, Should We Destroy the Machines?, 9 L., INNOVATION & TECH. 117 (2017).
Ross Campbell, Comment, Pharma to Table: 3-D Printing and the Regulatory Future of Home Remedies, 49 CONN. L. REV. ONLINE 1 (May 2017).
Hillary Chua, Designer Babies and the Law: A Legal Analysis of Human Germline Editing in Light of the UK's Human Rights Obligations, 8 KING'S STUDENT L. REV. 68 (2017).
Chelsea R. Crawford, Don't Judge a Food by Its Label: How a Mandatory Labeling Requirement for Genetically Engineered Foods Would Generate Confusion about Health and Food Safety and Create Economic Impacts for All, 14 IND. HEALTH L. REV. 29 (2017).
Benjamin Dahl, If it Walks Like a Duck & Quacks Like a Duck, Then it is Interchangeable with a Duck, 45 AIPLA Q.J. 723 (Fall 2017).
Renata Dalle Molle Araujo Dias, The Potential Impact of the EU General Data Protection Regulation on Pharmacogenomics Re-search, 36 MED. & L. 43 (June 2017).
Zachary M. DuGan, 3-D Printing & Products Liability Law: Are Individuals Printing Themselves Into Strict Products Liability?, 26 WlDENER L.J. 187(2017).
Tabrez Y. Ebrahim, 3D Bioprinting Patentable Subject Matter Boundaries, 41 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 1 (2017).
Anna El-Zein, Note, Embry-Uh-Oh: An Alternative Approach to Frozen Embryo Disputes, 82 Mo. L. REV. 881 (Summer 2017).
A. Bryan Endres et al., Data Driven Weed Management: Tracking Herbicide Resistance at the Landscape Scale, 39 UALR L. REV. 425 (Spring 2017).
Robin Feldman et al., Empirical Evidence of Drug Pricing Games-A Citizen's Pathway Gone Astray, 20 STAN. TECH. L. REV. 93 (Winter 2017).
Nan Feng, The Recent Enactment of National Mandatory GMO La-beling Law: Superior to a Voluntary Labeling Scheme but Unlikely to End the Labeling Controversy Comment, 40 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 821 (2017).
Darby T. R. Findley, There's a Storm a Brewin ': Can the Hatch-Waxman "Safe Harbor" Provision Shield Commercial Stockpiling from a Potential Downpour of Patent Infringement Allegations?, 27 FED. CIR. B.J. 307 (2016-2017).
Trevor Findley, Genetically Engineered Cops: How the Courts Dismantled the Doctrine of Substantial Equivalence, 21 DUKE ENVTL. L. & POLY 119 (Fall 2017).
Donald J. Friedman & Christina E. Buschmann, What You Need to Know About 3-D Printing and Insurance, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 4 (Sept. 2017).
Donna M. Gitter, Informed Consent and Privacy of Non-Identified Bio-Specimens and Estimated Data: Lessons from Iceland and the United States in an Era of Computational Genomics, 38 CARDOZO L. REV. 1251 (Aug. 2017).
Dov Greenbaum et al., They Chose Poorly: A Novel Cause of Action to Discourage Detrimental Genetic Selection, 111 AM. J. INT'L L. 57 (2017).
David Singh Grewal, Before Peer Production: Infrastructure Gaps and the Architecture of Openness in Synthetic Biology, 20 STAN. TECH. L. REV. 143 (Winter 2017).
Vanessa Gruben, Freezing as Freedom: A regulatory Approach to Elective Egg Freezing and Women's Reproductive Autonomy, 54 ALTA. L. REV. 753 (2017).
Christopher M. Holman, Charting the Contours of a Copyright Regime Optimized for Engineered Genetic Code, 69 OKLA. L. REV. 399 (Spring 2017).
Heath R. Ingram, Got Bacon: The Use of a Bioethics Advisory Board in Assessing the Future of Transgenic Animal Technology, 14 NW. J. TECH. & INTELL. PROP. 393 (2017).
Carinne Jaeger, Yours, Mine, or Ours: Resolving Frozen Embryo Disputes through Genetics Notes, 40 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 1141 (2017).
Lisa C. Ikemoto, DIY Bio: Hacking Life in Biotech's Backyard, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 539 (Dec. 2017).
Nicole H. Kalupa, Black Biology: Genetic Engineering, the Future of Bioterrorism, and the Need for Greater International and Community Regulation of Synthetic Biology, 34 Wis. INT'L L.J. 952 (Summer 2017).
Jessica Knouse, Mandatory Ultrasounds and the Precession of Simulacra, 54 SAN DIEGO L. REV. 117 (Feb./Mar. 2017).
Nicholas J. Kromka, GMOs, Genetically Modified Organisms or Genuinely Mixed Opinions: A Reasonable Consumer's Understanding of the Terms GMO and Non-GMO, and the Struggle to Set a Standard, 48 SETON HALL L. REV. 221 (2017).
Linell A. Letendre, Google, It Ain't Ford, 77 A.F.L. REV. 51 (2017).
Eric Lawrence Levi, Using Data Exclusivity Grants to Incentivize Cumulative Innovation of Bioligics ' Manufacturing Processes, 66 AM.U. L. REV. 911 (2017).
Albert C. Lin, Mismatched Regulation: Genetically Modified Mosquitoes and the Coordinated Framework for Biotechnology, 51 U.C.D. L. REV. 205 (Nov. 2017).
Ryan Long, Bioethics, Complementary, and Corporate Criminal Liability, 17 INT'L CRM. L. REV. 997 (2017).
Michael Lupton, Ethical Consequences of full Human Genome Testing, L. PAPERS 85 (2017).
Bronik Matwijkiw & Anja Matwijkiw, Biolaw Stakes, Activists Jurisprudence, and (Presumed) Limits for Protected Interests, 17 INT'L CRIM. L. REV. 1070 (2017).
Brendan McArdle, Comment, Rumble in the BPCIA: Biologies vs. Biosimilars, 17 HOUS. J. HEALTH L. & POL'Y 381 (2017).
Greta Mattison Megna, The Doctor Will See You Now-From 100 Miles Away: Navigating Physician Non-Compete Agreements in the Age of Telemedicine, 2017 Wis. L. REV. 1007 (2017).
Deirdre Moynihan, The Rise of the Machines?, 22 CYBERSPACE LAW. NEWSL. 4 (June 2017).
Sharon Nakar & Dov Greenbaum, Now You See Me. Now You Still Do: Facial Recognition Technology and the Growing Lack of Privacy, 23 B.U. J. Sci.&TECH. L. 88 (2017).
Stefania Negri, Unethical Human Experimentation in Developing Countries and International Criminal Law: Old Wine in New Bottles?, 17 INT'LCRIM. L. REV. 1022 (2017).
Quentin A. Palfrey, Expanding Access to Medicines and Promoting Innovation: A Practical Approach, 24 GEO. J. ON POVERTY L. & POL'Y 161 (Winter 2017).
Volha Parfenchyk & Alexander Flos, Human Dignity in a Comparative Perspective: Embryo Protection Regimes in Italy and Germany, 9 L., INNOVATION & TECH. 45 (2017).
Alison Peck, Re-Framing Biotechnology Regulation, 72 FOOD & DRUG L.J. 314(2017).
G. Edward Powell III, Embryos as Patients? Medical Provider Duties in the Age of Crispr/Cas9, 15 DUKE L. & TECH. REV. 344 (May 2017).
Raymond J. Prince, Pay-for-Delay: How Brand-Name and Generic Pharmaceutical Drug Companies Collude and Cost Consumer Billions Health Law, 68 S.C. L. REV. 689 (Spring 2017).
Ahmad Pujiyono et al., Sex Selection Using Assisted Reproductive Technology: An Islamic Law Perspective, 36 MED. & L. 45 (2017)
Allen Pusey, 7 Deaths Point to Cyanide-Laced Pain Reliever, 103 A.B.A. J. 36 (Sept. 2017).
Natalie Ram, Science as Speech, 102 IOWA L. REV. 1187 (2017).
Kimberly Rhodes & Michael Romeo, Syncing the Unsyncable: Legal and Policy Implications of Paperless Clinical Trials, 9 HASTINGS SCI. & TECH. L.J. 185 (Summer 2017).
Darlene Ricker, Taking Flight, 103 A.B.A. J. 56 (July 2017).
Megan Robertson, Molecular Mimicry: Exemplifying the Procedural Insufficiencies of the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, 26 FED. CIR. B.J. 513 (2016-2017).
Jessica L. Roberts, Negotiating Commercial Interests in Biospeci-mens, 45 J. L. MED. & ETHICS 138 (Spring 2017).
Lauren R. Roth, Reproductive Selection Bias, 27 HEALTH MATRIX 263 (2017).
Michael A. Sanzo, Patent Eligibility in Biotechnology: A look under the Hood, 45 AIPLA Q.J. 1 (Winter 2017).
Michael A. Sanzo, The Promise and Problem of Biologies, 34 SANTA CLARA HIGH TECH. L. J. 78 (2017).
Joanna K. Sax, Biotechnology and Consumer Decision-Making, 47 SETON HALL L. REV. 433 (2017).
Emily Shanks, Comment, The National Bioengineered Food Dis-closure Standard: Texas and the Genetically Modified Organism Food Fight, 49 TEX. TECH L. REV. 987 (Summer 2017).
Gabriela Steier, A Window of Opportunity for GMO Regulation: Achieving Food Integrity through Cap-and-Trade Models from Cli-mate Policy for GMO Regulation, 34 PACE ENVTL. L. REV. 293 (2017).
Jennifer E. Sturiale, Hatch-Waxman Patent Litigation and Inter Partes Review, 69 ALA. L. REV. 59 (2017).
Sally Weston, Improving Interoperability by Encouraging the Sharing of Interface Specifications, 9 L., INNOVATION & TECH. 78 (2017).
Eric E. Williams, CRISPR: Redefining GMOs - One Edit at a Time, 39 UALR L. REV. 437 (Spring 2017).
Thomas P. Redick, Liability Prevention for Agricultural Biotech-nology, 22 DRAKE J. AGRIC. L. 31 (Spring 2017).
Kara M. Van Slyck, Salmon with a Side of Genetic Modification: The FDA's Approval of AquAdvantage Salmon and Why the Precautionary Principle Is Essential for Biotechnology Regulation Notes, 41 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 311 (2017).
Alexander Poonai, Hatch-Waxman in the Heartland: Achieving Fair Venue Reform in Pharmaceutical Litigation, 27 FED. CIR. B.J. 103 (2017-2018).
William Salage, Book Note, 33 SYRACUSE J. OF SCI. & TECH. L. 170 (2016-2017) (reviewing JIE JACK Li, BLOCKBUSTER DRUGS: THE RISE AND DECLINE OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY (2014)).
10.5.3 Stem Cells and Cloning
Donrich Jordaan, Stem Cell Research, Morality, and Law: An Analysis of Briistle v Greenpeace from a South African Perspective, 33 S. AFR. J. ON HUM. RTS. 429 (2017).
10.6 Environmental Law
Chrissy Astbury, How America's Solar Energy Policies Should Follow (and Stray) from Germany's Lead: Working Towards Market Parity Without Subsidies, 27 IND. INT'L & COMP. L. REV. 209 (2017).
Chanse J. Barnes, Comment, Smart Home Alone: The World's Gateway to More Efficient Use of Energy and Mayhem, 5 LSU J. ENERGY L. & RESOURCES 365 (Spring 2017).
Thomas D. Beamish et al., Climate Change and Legitimate Governance: Land Use and Transportation Law and Policy in California, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 725 (2017).
Joseph Belza, Inverse Condemnation and Fracking Disasters: Government Liability for the Environmental Consequences of Hydraulic Fracturing Under a Constitutional Takings Theory, 44 B.C. ENVTL. AFF. L. REV. 55 (2017).
Shannon Elizabeth Bell, Environmental Injustice and the Pursuit of a Post-Carbon World: The Unintended Consequences of the Clean Air Act as a Cautionary Tale for Solar Energy Development, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 529 (2017).
Erin K. Benson, States Will Be Big Fans: A State Driven Regulatory Process for Offshore Wind Development Off U.S. Coastlines, 47 U. BALT. L. REV. Ill (2017).
Christopher Berman, Putting the Sun Back into the Sunshine State.How Florida's Transition to Solar Power has Brought the State Out of the Shadows Cast by Big Oil's Energy Monopoly, 7 EARTH JURISPRUDENCE & ENVTL. JUST. J. 161 (2017).
Eric Biber et al., The Political Economy of Decarboni[summation]ation: A Research Agenda, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 605 (2017).
Michael C. Blumm & Mary Christina Wood, 'Wo Ordinary Lawsuit": Climate Change, Due Process, and the Public Trust Doc-trine, 67 AM. U. L. REV. 1 (2017).
William Bolgiano, Is Generating Renewable Energy a Religious Use of Property? A Question as Congregations Implement Community Solar Programs, 42 COLUM. J. ENVTL. L. 545 (2017).
Joan M. Bondareff, et al., Plastics in the Ocean: The Environmental Plague of Our Time, 22 ROGER WILLIAMS U. L. REV. 360 (2017).
Lindsay Breslau et al., Batteries Included: Incentivizing Energy Storage, 17 SUSTAINABLE DEV. L. & POL'Y 29 (Spring 2017).
Christina M. Cardenas, Comment, Genetically Modified Organisms and School Lunches: Genetically Modified Foods Should Not Be Allowed in Our Nation's Schools, 26 SAN JOAQUIN AGRIC. L. REV. 109 (2016-2017).
Cara A. Carmichael et al., Sustainability Gets Serious, 31 PROB. & PROP. 34 (Sept./ Oct. 2017).
Bridget Cho, Note, The Japanese Business Federation's Influence on Energy Policy Reform: Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster, 13 HASTINGS BUS. L.J. 257 (Winter 2017).
Jonathan Coppess, A Return to the Crossroads: Farming, Nutrient Loss, and Conservation, 39 UALR L. REV. 351 (Spring 2017).
John C. Dernbach, Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization: Lessons from California and Germany, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 825 (2017).
Kristen M. Dikeman, Changing Currents: Climate Change and Stakeholder Involvement in the Colorado River Basin, 69 OKLA. L. REV. 285 (Winter 2017).
Sean Dixon et al., The Big Apple's Tiny Problem: A Legal Analysis of the Microplastic Problem in the N. Y./N.J. Harbor, 22 ROGER WILLIAMS U. L. REV. 385 (2017).
Zach Eddy, Can't We Just Try Federalism--In Defense of a State-by-State Approach to Fracking, 13 J. ANIMAL & NAT. RESOURCE L. (2017).
Joel B. Eisen, Demand Response's Three Generations: Market Pathways and Challenges in the Modern Electric Grid, 18 N.C. J. L. & TECH. 351 (May 2017).
Steven Ferrey, Moving the Legal Needle of Western Climate and Energy Options, 8 SAN DIEGO J. CLIMATE & ENERGY L. 129 (2016-2017).
Steven Ferry, Supreme Court Strips States of Their Power Over the World's Second Most Important Technology, 69 BAYLOR L. REV. 315 (2017).
Madeline R. Flores, Fighting Fracking: Unexplored Territory in State and Parish Policy Recent Developments, 91 TUL. L. REV. 801 (Apr. 2017).
Oliver Frankhauser, Publicly Traded Partnerships for Electricity Generators: Why Amending I.R.C. Section 7704 is Good for the Power Industry, 17 HOUS. BUS. & TAX L. J. 254 (2017).
Scott Frickel, et al., Field of Visions: Interorganizational Challenges to the Smart Energy Transition in Washington State, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 693 (2017).
Robert L. Glicksman et al., Technological Innovation, Data Analytics, and Environmental Enforcement, 44 ECOLOGY L.Q. 41 (2017).
Charles Grosenick, The Price of Plastic, 42 ADMIN. & REG. L. NEWS 34 (Spring 2017).
Peggy Kirk Hall & Rusty Rumley, Legal Challenges Facing Un-manned Aerial Systems and Commercial Agriculture, 39 UALR L. REV. 389 (Spring 2017).
Emily Hammond & Jim Rossi, Stranded Costs and Grid Decarbon-ization, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 645 (2017).
Kelsey L. Hanson, Hey New York, You Can Frack: An Examination of How Liquefied Petroleum Gas Sidesteps New York's Fracking Ban to Provide a Legal and Practical Approach for Horizontal Drilling in New York's Marcellus Shale, 65 BUFF. L. REV. 375 (2017).
Dylane Jacobs, Hanford Nuclear Site: Remediating to a Standard Safe for All or Some, 7 SEATTLE J. ENVT. L. 106 (2017).
Kevin B. James et al., Do You Know Who Owns Your Solar Energy? The Growing Practice of Separating Renewable Attributes from Renewable Energy Development and Its Impact on Meeting Our Climate Goals, 28 FORDHAM ENVTL. L. REV. 197 (Spring 2017).
Mark James, Ashleigh H. Krick & Kelsey R. Bain, Planning for the Sun to Come up: How Nevada and California Explain the Future of Net Metering, 8 SAN DIEGO J. CLIMATE & ENERGY L. 1 (2016-2017).
Jonathan Kiteley, Easy Come, Easy Go: A Guide to California Cap-and-Trade Spending Notes, 90 S. CAL. L. REV. 719 (Mar. 2017).
Alexandra B. Klass & Andrew Heiring, Life Cycle Analysis and Transportation Energy, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 485 (2017).
Annika Kolasa, The Future Energy Jobs Act Shaft: How Illinois' New Zero Emission Standard Is Anticompetitive, or, Why Some Environmentalists Oppose the Clean Power Plan, 2017 U. ILL. J.L. TECH. & POL'Y l77 (Spring 2017).
Christopher Kulander, 2016 Oil & Gas Law Update, 69 S. TEX. L. REV. 291 (Spring 2017).
Sue M. Kurita, Electronic Social Media: Friend or Foe for Judges, 7 ST. MARY'S J. ON LEGAL MAL. & ETHICS 787(2017).
Emilio Lamanna, The Wealth in Waste: America's Ability to Enter the Waste to Energy Market by Embracing European Landfill Di-version, Waste Framework, and Renewable Energy Laws and Waste to Energy Initiatives, 25 CARDOZO J. INT'L & COMP. L. 347 (Spring 2017).
Gregg P. Macey, Introduction, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 429 (2017).
Molly Loughney Melius, Sarah Reiter, & Sarah Newkirk, The Coastal Act, Power Plants, and the Case For "Undevelopment", 18 VT. J. ENVTL. L. 592 (Spring 2017).
William A. Mogel, The Electri Battery: Charging Forward to a Low-Carbon Future, 38 ENERGY L.J. 425 (2017).
Jonas Monast, From Top-down to Bottom-up Climate Policy: New Challenges in Carbon Market Design, 8 SAN DIEGO J. CLIMATE & ENERGY L. 175 (2016-2017).
Chidi Oguamanam & Vipal Jain, Access and Benefit Sharing, Canadian and Aboriginal Research Ethics Policy after the Nagoya Protocol: Digital DNA and Transformations in Biotechnology, 31 J. ENVTL. L. & LlTIG. 79 (2017).
Uma Outka, Fairness in the Low-Carbon Shift: Learning from Environmental Justice, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 789 (2017).
Shobita Parthasarathy, Grassroots Innovation Systems for the Post-Carbon World: Promoting Economic Democracy, Environmental Sustainability, and the Public Interest, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 761 (2017).
Jasmine R. Patel, Deep Seeded Problems: A Look at Seed Bank Regulations, 7 SEATTLE J. ENVT. L. 132 (2017).
John J. Perona, Biodiesel for the 21st Century Renewable Energy Economy, 38 ENERGY L.J. 165 (2017).
Melissa Powers et al., Quick Fixes or Real Remedies: The Benefits and Limitations of Climate and Energy Fast Policy, 67 SAN DIEGO J. CLIMATE & ENERGY L. 129 (2016-2017).
Nicholas M. Ravotti, The Difficulties of Self-Determination in Re-newable Energy Development, 41 AM. INDIAN. L. REV. 279 (2017).
Jesse L. Reynolds et al., Solar Climate Engineering and Intellectual Property: Toward a Research Commons, 18 MINN. J.L. SCI. & TECH. 1 (Winter 2017).
Sara E. Richard, Comment, Boats, Ballast, & the Big Battle: The Feds vs. the States in the War Against AIS Invasions, 5 LSU J. ENERGY L. & RESOURCES 153 (Spring 2017).
Shannon Royster, Contracting for Blue Gold: An Examination of the Legal Designs Surrounding Private Water Delivery Notes & Comments, 92 Sw. J. INT'L L. 423 (2017).
Lucas Satterlee, Cautious Optimism: Renewable Energy in South Africa as a Sustainable Model for the Region, 32 J. ENVTL. L. &S LITIG. 213 (2017).
Lucas C. Satterlee, Clearing the Fog: A Historical Analysis of Environmental and Energy Law in Colorado, 28 VILL. ENVTL. L.J. 1 (2017).
Carrie A. Scrufari, Substances Generally Recognized as Safe - Until They're Not: Challenges in Protecting the Food Supply in a Processed World, 36 STAN. ENVTL. L. J. 219 (2017).
Brett A. Shanks, EPA's Endangerment Finding for Aircraft Emissions: How Should the Airline Industry Respond?, 30 AIR & SPACE LAW. 1 (2017).
James Skelley, Coordinating the Offshore Energy Transition: A Legal Economic Framework, 23 B.U.J. SCI. & TECH. L. 241 (2017).
Jason A. Slaybaugh, Garbage Day: Will Italy Finally Take out Its Trash in the Land of Fires, 26 PAC. RIM L. & POL'Y J. 179 (2017).
David B. Spence, Paradoxes of "Decolonization ", 82 BROOK. L. REV. 447 (2017).
John Soares, The New Frontier: How Sharing of Big Data in Agri-culture Interferes with the Protection of Farmers' Ownership Rights over Their Data Comments, 26 SAN JOAQUIN ARIC. L. REV. 229(2016-2017).
Amy L. Stein, Breaking Energy Path Dependencies, 82 BROOK. L. REV. 559 (2017).
Fenner L. Stewart & Allan Ingelson, Regulating Energy Innovation: US Responses to Hydraulic Fracturing, Wastewater Injection and Induced Seismicity, 35 J. ENERGY & NAT. RESOURCES L. 109 (May 2017).
Nathan M. P. Taylor, Automated Driving and the Clean Air Act, 25 N.Y.U. ENVTL. L.J. 223 (2017).
Kristopher Thompson, Ownership Not Required: The Expansion of Section 167(h) in CGG Americas, Inc. v. Commissioner, 54 SAN DIEGO L. REV. 177 (2017).
Nathalie Vergoulias, Smart Cities: Is Cutting-Edge Technology the Method to Achieving Global Sustainable Goals, 32 J. ENVTL. L. & LITIG. 271 (2017).
Sheldon Whitehouse & Lisa Murkowski, Picking Up the Pieces: Congress's Role in Combatting the Global Issue of Marine Debris, 22 ROGER WILLIAMS U. L. REV. 352 (2017).
Sonya F. P. Ziaja, Rules and Values in Virtual Optimization of California Hydropower, 57 NAT. RESOURCES J. 329 (2017).
Jonathan M. Gutoff, Attaching Domestic Assets to Remedy High Seas Pollution: Rule B and Marine Debris, 22 ROGER WILLIAMS U. L. REV. 432 (2017).
10.6.2 Hazardous Substances
10.6.3 Electromagnetic Fields
10.6.4 Nuclear Technology
Akira Mayama, Combat Losses of Nuclear-Powered Warships: Contamination, Collateral Damage and the Law, 93 INT'L L. STUD. 132(2017).
10.6.5 Energy and the Environment
10.6.6 International Environmental Law Developments
Mary Keller, Jumping the Gun on Mental Illness: How Television News Coverage of Rampage Violence Promulgates the Stereotype That People with Mental Illness Are Violent Notes, 91 S. CAL. REV. L. & SOC. JUST. 339 (Summer 2017).
Michael F. Salamone et al., Judicial Norms and Campaigns: The Content of Televised Advertisements in State Supreme Court Races, 38 JUST. SYS. J. 4 (Jan.- Mar. 2017).
Joel Waldfogel, The Random Long Tail and the Golden Age of Television, 17 INNOVATION POL'Y & ECON. 1 (2017).
Miriam Wayne, Burying Abortion in Stigma: The Fundamental Right No One wants to Discuss. Abortion Portrayal on Film and Television, 16 VA. SPORTS & ENT. L.J. 216 (Spring 2017).
Dr. Ashley Wellman et al., Parental Blame Frame: An Empirical Examination of the Media's Portrayal of Parents and Their Delin-quent Juveniles, 16 WHETHER J. CHILD. & FAM. ADVOC. 87 (Spring 2017).
10.7.1 Satellite Television
10.7.2 Cable Television
Shawn Marie Boyne, Stingray Technology, The Exclusionary Rule, and the Future of Privacy: A Cautionary Tale, 119 W. VA. L. REV. 915 (Spring 2017).
Timothy Bresnahan & Pai-Ling Yin, Adoption of New Information and Communications Technologies in the Workplace Today, 17 INNOVATION POL'Y & ECON. 95 (2017).
Mignon L. Clyburn, Broadband Prescriptions for Mental Health: A policy Conference, 17 HOUS. J. HEALTH L. & POL'Y 1 (2017).
Steven J. Gagliano, Consent Decrees in the Streaming Era: Digital Withdrawal, Fractional Licensing, and Sec. 114(1), 10 J. BUS. ENTREPRENEURSHIP & L. 317 (2017).
Bill Haltom, But Seriously Folks: Should Lawyers Vet the President's Tweets?, 31 TENN. B.J. 31 (2017).
Shannon M. Heim & Erik B. Levy, Connecting Alaskans: A Book Review and Commentary on Universal Service in the Broadband Age, 13 I/S J. L. & POL'Y FOR INFO. SOC'Y 497 (2017).
Parker Jenkins, OMG--Not Something to LOL About: The Unin-tended Results of Disallowing Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to a Lawful Arrest, 31 BYU J. PUB. L. 437 (2017).
Steven R. Morrison, Breaking iPhones under CALEA and the All Writs Act: Why the Government Was (Mostly) Right, 38 CARDOZO L. REV. 2039 (Aug. 2017).
Roy Peled, Sunlight Where It's Needed: The Case for Freedom of Media Information, 7 J. INT'L MEDIA & ENT. L. 65 (2017).
Christopher A. Powers, Textual Misconduct: What Juror Texting Means for Courts, 67 SYRACUSE L. REV. 303 (2017).
George M. Powers et al., Telemedicine: Access to Health Care for People with Disabilities, 17 HOUS. J. HEALTH L. & POL'Y 7 (2017).
Paulina M. Starostka, Is it Time to Amend 19 U.S.C. 1337, 45 AIPLA Q.J. 133 (Winter 2017).
Coleman L. Torrans, Comment, How Did They Know That? Cell Site Simulators and the Secret Invasion of Privacy, 92 TUL. L. REV. 519(2017).
Allison N. Winnike & Bobby Joe III Dale, Rewiring Mental Health: Legal and Regulatory Solutions for the Effective Implementation of Telepsychiatry and Telemental Health Care, 17 HOUS. J. HEALTH L. & POL'Y 21 (2017).
10.8.2 Multimedia in Telecommunications
10.8.3 International Telecommunications Developments
10.9 Recording Industry
Tuneen E. Chisolm, Whose Song Is That? Searching for Equity and Inspiration for Music Vocalists Under the Copyright Act, 19 YALE J.L. & TECH. 274 (2017).
Amanda M. Whorton, The Complexities of Music Licensing and the Need for a Revised Legal Regime, 52 WAKE FOREST L. REV. 267 (2017).
11. FAMILY LAW
Susan Ayres, Paternity Un(certainty): How the Law Surrounding Paternity Challenges Negatively Impacts Family Relationships and Women's Sexuality, 20 J. GENDER RACE & JUST. 237 (Spring 2017).
Brenda Baddam, Technology and Its Danger to Domestic Violence Victims: How Did He Find Me?, 28 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH L. REV. 73 (2017).
Recent Development, Frozen Pre-Embryos Classified as Marital Property of a Special Character and Awarded Jointly to Divorced Couple, 36 CHILD L. PRC. 26 (2017).
Christopher E. Church & Amanda J. Fairchild, In Search of a Silver Bullet: Child Welfare's Embrace of Predictive Analytics, 68 JUV. & FAM.CT.J. 67 (2017).
Alexandra M. Franco, Transhuman Babies and Human Pariahs: Genetic Engineering, Transhumanism, Society and The Law, 37 CHILD. LEGAL RTS. J. 185 (2017).
Robert C. Nagle & Pamela Chandran, Attorney Misconduct on Social Media: Recognizing the Danger and Avoiding Pitfalls, 32 LAB. LAW. 427 (Spring 2017).
Tandice Ossareh, Would You Like Blue Eyes with that? A Fundamental Right to Genetic Modification of Embryos, 117 COLUM. L. REV. 729 (Apr. 2017).
Nana Otutua-Amoah, Statistically Speaking: The Numbers Behind Cybercrimes, 37 CHILD. LEGAL RTS. J. 174 (2017).
Jeffrey A. Parness, Changing American State and Federal Child-care Laws: Evolving Parental Childcare Parent Laws, 92 CHL-KENTL. REV. 3(2017).
Sally Brown Richardson, Privacy and Community Property, 95 N.C. L. REV. 729 (2017).
Alyssa Yoshida, The Modern Legal Status of Frozen Embryos, 68 HASTINGS L.J. 711 (2017).
Eulalia P. Abril, LMFAO! Humor as a Response to Fear: Decomposing Fear Control within the Extended Parallel Process Model, 61 J. BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MED. 126 (2017).
Christopher M. Bailey, Networking Emergency Response: Empowering FEMA in the Age of Convergence and Cyber Critical Infrastructure, 96 NEB. L. REV. 509, 512 (2017).
Pierre-Jean Benghozi et al., The Race for Innovation in the Media and Content Industries: Legacy Players and Newcomers: Lessons for Policy Makers from the Video Game and Cinema Industries, 47 J. ARTS MGMT, L. & SOC'Y 346 (2017).
Andrew Brandt, Professional Sports Leagues' Big Bet: Evolving Attitudes on Gambling, 28 STAN. L. POL'Y. REV. 273 (2017).
Philippe Chantepie, The Shaping of France's Digital Cultural Policy, 47 J. ARTS MGMT, L. & SOC'Y 313 (2017).
Paul Enriquez, CRISPR CMOS, 18 N.C. J. L. & TECH. 432 (May 2017).
Harvey L. Fiser & Patrick D. Hopkins, Getting Inside the Employer's Head: Neuroscience, Negligent Employment Liability, and the Push and Pull for New Technology, 23 B.U. J. SCI. & TECH. L. 44 (2017).
Korina Giaxoglou, Networked Emotions: Interdisciplinary Per-spectives on Sharing Loss Online, 61 J. BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MED. 1 (2017).
Graham Greenleaf, Technology and the Professions: Utopian and Dystopian Futures, 40 U.N.S.W.L.J. 302 (2017).
Timothy Hutchings, "We are a United Humanity": Death, Emotion and Digital Media in the Church of Sweden, 61 J. BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MED. 90 (2017).
Robert Ivanschitz & Daniel Korn, Digital Transformation and Jobs: Building a Cloud for Everyone, 49 U. MIAMI INTER-AM. L. REV. 41 (Fall 2017).
Andrew W. Lang & John Palwey, Biblio Tech: Why Libraries Matter More Than Ever in the Age of Google, 60 L. LIBR. LIGHTS 15 (Spring 2017).
Gina Masullo Chen & Shuning Lu, Online Political Discourse: Exploring Differences in Effects of Civil and Uncivil Disagreement in News Website Comments, 61 J. BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MED. 108 (2017).
Dylan Marando & Jonathan Craft, Digital Era Policy Advising: Clouding Ministerial Perspectives?, 60 CAN. PUB. ADMIN. 498 (2017).
Shannon C. McGregor, Second Screening as Convergence in Brazil and the United States, 61 J. BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MED. 163 (2017).
Maria L. Ontiveros, H-1B Visas, Outsourcing and Body Shops: A Continuum of Exploitation for High Tech Workers, 38 BERKELEY J. EMP. &LAB. L. 1 (2017).
Thomas J. Ridge, The Digital Forevermore, 51 U. RICH. L. REV. 665 (2017).
Jonathan Roberge & Philippe Chantepie, The Promised Land of Comparative Digital Cultural Policy Studies, 47 J. ARTS MGMT, L. & SOC'Y 295 (2017).
Jonathan Roberge et al., Who Needs a Plan Anyway? Digital Cultural Policymaking as the Art of Navigating through Uncertainties, 47 J. ARTS MGMT, L. & SOC'Y 300 (2017).
Melissa J. Shaffer, Hey Employer, Did You "Notice " My Text Messages'? 77 LA. L. REV. 913 (Spring 2017).
Scott J. Shackelford, Human Rights and Cybersecurity Due Dili-gence: A Comparative Study, 50 U. MICH. J.L. REFORM 859 (Summer 2017).
Eric Schroeder, Edisharmony: A Need for the Mistake of Age De-fense in the Modern Online Dating World, 20 ADELPHIA L. J. 13 (2015-2017).
Charlotte S. Alexander & Elizabeth Tippett, The Hacking of Employment Law, 82 MO. L. REV. 973 (Fall 2017).
Angie Wagenhals, With Mlsa's Phone-Advice Program, Attorneys Can Do the Montana Public Good-in Just 1 Hour, 42 MONT. LAW. 14 (July 2017).
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