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Volumes 1 - 5 were published under the journal name "Shidler Journal of Law, Commerce + Technology".

Volume 3

Issue 4 Spring 2007

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13 Digitized Book Search Engines and Copyright Concerns

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Ari Okano
14 When is § 230 Immunity Lost?: The Transformation from Website Owner to Information Content Provider

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Karen Alexander Horowitz
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

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Jared Barrett
16 Electronic Health Records: Interoperability Challenges Patients' Right to Privacy

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Laura Dunlop

Issue 3 Winter 2007

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8 Follow that Car! Legal issues arising from installation of tracking devices in leased consumer goods and equipment

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Leah Altaras
9 Suing Based on Spyware? Admissibility of Evidence Obtained from Spyware in Violation of Federal and State Wiretap Laws

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Shan Sivalingam
10 Client Confidentiality, Professional Privilege and Online Communication: Potential Implications of the Barton Decision

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Kelcey Nichols
11 Enforcement of Contractual Terms in Clickwrap Agreements: Courts Refusing to Enforce Forum Selection and Binding Arbitration Clauses

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Rachel Cormier Anderson
12 E-Contract Formation: U.S. and EU Perspective

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Sylvia Mercado Kierkegaard

Issue 2 Autumn 2006

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5 Clicking Away the Competition: The Legal Ramifications of Click Fraud for Companies that Offer Pay Per Click Advertising Services

Two businesses that advertise online, Lane’s Gifts and Collectibles and Advanced Internet Technologies, recently filed lawsuits against Google, and other intermediaries that offer sponsored advertising services. The companies allege that these intermediaries failed to adequately protect them against “click fraud.” Click fraud refers to the practice whereby competitors and other persons may click to view an online ad with no intention of buying, learning about the advertiser’s services, or engaging in any other action that the ad aims to achieve. Plaintiffs allege that the intermediaries breached their contractual duties by charging the companies whose ads they hosted for fraudulent clicks, and by failing to take adequate detection and prevention measures. This Article examines the basic contract law claims underlying these cases and concludes that while contracts may grant the search engines discretion to define chargeable clicks, such discretion might be constrained by the terms of extrinsic writings.

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Daniel L. Hadjinian
6 Hiding Evidence from the Boss: Attorney-Client Privilege and Company Computers

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Kelcey Nichols
7 To Serve and Protect: Do Businesses Have a Legal Duty to Protect Collections of Personal Information?

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Derek A. Bishop

Issue 1 Summer 2006

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1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

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Shan Sivalingam
2 The Union Workplace Meets Big Brother: Advising clients on employer conduct with regard to hidden surveillance

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Jamila Asha Johnson
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

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Jared Barrett
4 Don't Send that E-Mail to a Minor!: Compliance with State Child Protection Registry Statutes

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Laura Dunlop