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

Volume 9

Issue 4 Spring 2014

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267 Who Knew? Refining the "Knowability" Standard for the Future of Potentially Hazardous Technologies

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Scott P. Kennedy
287 Are Courts Phoning It In? Resolving Problematic Reasoning in the Debate over Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Incident to Arrest

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Derek A. Scheurer
331 Forced Turnovers: Using Eminent Domain to Build Professional Sports Venues

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Peter Montine
349 Sentencing Court Discretion and the Confused Ban on Internet Bans

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Matthew Fredrickson

Issue 3 Winter 2014

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133 The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective

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M. Margaret McKeown
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

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John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
227 When Is a YouTube Video a "True Threat"?

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Pedro Celis
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

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Sam Méndez

Issue 2 Fall 2013

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69 Shaking Out the "Shakedowns": Pre-discovery Dismissal of Copyright Infringement Cases after Comparison of the Works at Issue

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Evan Brown
93 Trouble for Trolling: Courts Reject Copyright Trolling Tactics

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Megan R. Haslach
105 Criminal Defenses to Anti-Circumvention Charges for Modifying Video Game Consoles

In United States v. Crippen, Matthew Crippen was charged with modifying Xbox 360 consoles for others for a fee. His modifications allowed the consoles to run unlicensed software in violation of the anti-circumvention provision of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). In the first criminal trial arising from these provisions, the United States District Court for the Central District of California granted a motion in limine allowing the government to exclude evidence of fair use, holding that the DMCA provisions contained no fair use exception. After the prosecution abruptly dropped the case in December 2010, several questions remain unanswered: What rights do consumers have to modify video game consoles they purchase legitimately? What role does fair use play in DMCA criminal cases? And what criminal defenses are available in the context of the DMCA? This Article will focus specifically on the DMCA in the criminal law context, while also investigating the background of the Crippen case.

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Peter Dang
115 Can You Hear Me Now? The Race to Provide America with Universal, High=Speed Wireless Coverage

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Dina Neda Rezvani

Issue 1 Summer 2013

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1 Repairing the Antibiotic Pipeline: Can the GAIN Act Do It?

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Caitlin Forsyth
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Conformity in Confusion: Applying a Common Analysis to Wikipedia-Based Jury Misconduct

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Matthew Fredrickson
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Medical Advances, Criminal Disadvantages: The Tension Between Contemporary Antiretroviral Therapy and Criminal HIV Exposure Laws in the Workplace

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Chelsey Heindel
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A First Amendment Defense to the Federal Cyberstalking Statute in the Age of Twitter

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Christopher Young